A $40.9m OLED monitor is on the way from Gorilla Glass 4 – RTE

A new $40 billion display from Gorillas Glass 4 is set to launch from a Chinese firm this week, ahead of the launch of the Oculus Rift VR headset in China.

The new display will be made by Gorilla Display, and it will have a pixel density of 538ppi, making it the highest-resolution display on the market.

The Gorilla display is a hybrid between OLED and LCD.

It uses OLED technology, which is used to make high-performance OLED displays that have the same brightness and colour gamut as OLED, but are thinner.

The technology is not quite as bright as LCD panels, but its wider colour gamuts can make it easier to read.

It will be sold at a price of about $40,000 for a 4K display and around $20,000 in a normal 1080p display.

The display will also have a curved screen, and will be compatible with the new Oculus Rift headset.

The display is expected to be launched this week at a launch event for the Oculus VR headset, and the launch will be held on Thursday.

The first display made by LG, the Ultrawide Monitor, is already in production, and LG will use that display to build its $40 million OLED display, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The Ultrawides LG OLED monitor has a pixel-density of 535ppi.

It is the highest pixel density in the market, but it is also one of the lowest in terms of colour depth.

It has a black bezel around the display and a white border around the screen.LG is also planning to launch an OLED projector, and is expected soon to introduce a 4k monitor for its VR headset.

It is a bold move by LG to launch a high-end display, but also a step forward in the field of OLED technology.

OLED is currently being used in TVs, which have the advantage of not having to deal with the limitations of LCD panels.

The OLED industry is now seeing growth, and there are many companies producing high-quality OLED displays, which means that LG is on its way to becoming the world’s leading manufacturer of OLED displays.

The news comes just two weeks after LG unveiled its first OLED projectors, and while there has been some concern about how OLED will perform in the high-definition VR headset market, LG is likely to prove to be a huge success.

It will be able to offer a display that is at least as high-resolution as LCD displays, and its OLED panels will be smaller, making them more affordable.