“Wallpaper-thin” LG Signature OLED TV W Hits U.S. Market at $20,000

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The most awarded 77-inch “wallpaper” LG SIGNATURE OLED TV W hits the US market at a whopping $20,000.

LG Signature OLED W “Wallpaper” TV: Super-thin TV Clings to the Wall with Magnets

It combines the Picture-on-Wall form factor that allows the television to lay virtually flush against the surface, the unparalleled picture performance of OLED technology optimizes picture scene-by-scene, the intense detail of 4K Ultra HD and the ability to render over a billion rich colors displaying 64 shades of color than conventional television sets. Dolby Atmos sound adds to an incredibly realistic and immersive experience and high dynamic range capabilities. Overall, it provides a consistently breathtaking theater experience at home.

The view from any angle looks the same – be it front or from the side of the room – unlike those TVs which assure a great view only if you’re directly in front of it.

The 77-inch LG SIGNATURE OLED TV W is one of the first TVs in the world to come up with a complete home theater experience with Dolby Atmos sound. It features an amazingly thin (one-fifth of an inch) semi-flexible screen that attaches to the wall with a magnet. As most of the elements are housed in an external box, the beauty of the panel is flattering. The thin model and the light weight makes for easy mounting as well.

With the new series, the total number of models now available in the United States adds up to 10. The 2017 lineup includes four amazingly thin picture-on-glass models: 77- and 65-inch class G7 and 65- and 55-inch class E7 LG OLED TVs. Rounding out the 2017 LG OLED TV family are 65- and 55-inch class C7 and B7 models.

HDR experience is unbeatable, supporting all major formats including HDR10, YouTube VP9, Dolby Vision™ HDR technology and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), and assuring compatibility with the most HDR content from streaming media as well as Ultra HD Blu-ray discs.

The Magic Remote and launcher bar gives unlimited access to the content available, including 4K streaming and HDR content from popular entertainment providers such as Amazon, Netflix, and Vudu.

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