LG brought the world's first wireless transparent OLED TV to CES 20242024-01-09 13:18 by Daniela
Tags: LG, OLED TV, CES 2024
LG Electronics is unveiling the world's first wireless transparent OLED TV at CES 2024. The LG SIGNATURE OLED T combines a transparent 4K OLED screen and LG's wireless video and audio transmission technology to transform the screen experience in ways that have never been possible before.
Maintaining its 77-inch screen size, OLED T and its transparent display seamlessly harmonizes with home's environment. Practically invisible when turned off, it blends into the environment and frees users from the long-standing problem of what to do with the 'big black screen.'
The OLED T uses the company's wireless transmission technology, similar to the company's M4 series. The only cord running to the television is power. Devices that use HDMI wires (like game consoles) and other connections plug into a separate box (Zero Connect Box) that can be placed up to 30 feet away from the TV.
The TV, by default, displays images over a transparent OLED panel, with the company packaging with it a catalog of "Always Ready" video content tuned specifically for the clear backdrop. That includes a fish tank effect, leaves in the wind, and a partnership with music company, Dingo, for live performances. Clearly, LG sees the OLED T as more than just an entertainment hub for post-dinner viewing; instead, it's an ambiance machine with twice the purpose of a standard TV.
What's more, the modular design of the LG OLED T facilitates diverse installation methods. The OLED T comes in stand-alone, against-the-wall, or wall-mount options. Customers can further customize by adding standing or floating shelves on either or both sides of the screen to best suit their unique tastes and preferences.
Pricing and availability aren't clear yet but release date is being planned for 2024 some time.
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