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Up close and personal with LG’s razor-thin ‘wallpaper’ TVs
LG’s razor-thin TVs were one of the most talked about products of CES 2017. The W-series 4K OLED screens are just 2.6mm thin, and can be mounted completely flat against a wall (there is actually no other way of displaying them). All of its ports and speakers are housed in the included companion soundbar, which connects to the TV via a single cable. With 4K resolution and HDR10 in a frame so thin, these OLED TVs represent the pinnacle of display technology available to consumers.
We got an eyes-on look at the devices at CES. Check out our photos and video to see just how impressive these displays are:
The stunning screens were hard to look away from under the dim lights of the CES show floor. They exhibited very high levels of brightness (up to a squinting 1,000 nits), contrast, and color accuracy, and showed wide viewing angles and deep black levels. Those characteristics are all thanks to LG’s organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology and Active HDR compatibility.
LG has established itself as the go-to television brand for those with unlimited budgets, and you should expect the W-series to fall nicely into this category.
The company framed its TVs and displayed paintings on them to show how lifelike the images can appear. We’ll let you decide for yourself.
The W-series will consist of 65- and 77-inch versions, which weigh an impressive 17 and 27 pounds, respectively. The company has not released details on availability or pricing, but expect these beauties to cost several thousand dollars.