The point I wanted to make is, you don't break it with your hands. You recognize that it's fragile and treat it appropriately. It wasn't so unreasonably fragile that you didn't buy it (though maybe you wouldn't buy another one?)
I don't mean to say there's no room for improvement, or that manufacturers should get away with scaling your laptop screen up to 55" without strengthening it, but they don't need to make them super strong. When accidents happen, people don't usually blame the TV. I could drop my laptop, spill soup on it, or put it in the oven, but I wouldn't blame my laptop for breaking. If it were to break in the course of normal, responsible usage, such as pulling the screen up, then I would blame the laptop.