Stunning features whopping great OLED screen and can be hung from the wall using magnets
LG SIGNATURE OLED 4K HDR Smart TV
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LG has unveiled a TV that hugs the wall, protruding just a few millimeters beyond the surface it is hung on.
The firm says the design prevents the screen “casting a single shadow” – but owners will have to pay a high premium for the privilege
LG and rivals touched on hot themes at this year’s show – including robots, appliances equipped with artificial intelligence, and self-driving car technology.
A surprise star of the presentation was a strikingly thin LG Signature OLED flat-screen television simply branded “W.”
The super high-definition TV measured just 2.57 mm thick in a 65-inch screen model. LG boasted that a larger screen model garnered a CES Best of Innovation Award.
“Why the ‘W’?” LG Electronics USA marketing vice president David VanderWaal asked rhetorically during the presentation.
The soundbar’s 4.2-channel arrangement implies you don’t get any genuine feeling of back channel impacts, yet there was a sufficient feeling of inundation from the already specified “air pocket” impact to make this constraint generally simple to live with regards to the accommodation of a ‘one-box’ sound arrangement.
General it appears the Signature W7 OLED TVs (the 65-inch rendition of which you can get for $8,000) are considerably more than only a notably pretty face. The extraordinary plan has been banded together with what is by all accounts an enhanced OLED picture execution – a photo execution which, how about we not overlook, we ought to likewise discover streaming down in to a great extent unaltered shape to LG’s more standard 2017 OLED models.