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Bendable TV screen may be a thing of the future

If the new patent from South Korean electronic giant Samsung is anything to go by, we might all one day be able to bend TV screens to make the viewing angle display a whole lot better. Using infrared or Bluetooth, the remote control can transmit commands for the flexible display panel to rotate at an angle, bend a portion in a specific direction and degree.

Accordingly, the remote control will also come with menus, command keys and buttons to select the above. Wow. Now we no longer have to adjust our position on the couch, we can adjust the television itself.

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