A Brief Look at  LG’s New W-Series OLED 4K HDR TVs from CES 2017

You probably have scratched your head thinking on what TVs to buy next! Or perhaps which is the best latest TVs set in the market. Hold on, I know of some, LG’s New W-Series OLED 4K HDR TVs from CES 2017(CES is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow that takes place every January in Las Vegas) Aren’t Too Thin, They’re absolute Beautiful…? Cleave on that thought in the meantime.

Rumours’ have it that the ultra-thin picture-on-glass totally flat screen design of the 2016. flagship G6 and E6 OLED TVs with their squashed extended speaker/hardware stand along the bottom, the 2017 OLED W-Series television (the W stands for “Wallpaper”) takes the basic design principles of the G6 and E6 models to a new extreme by which this model consists of nothing more than a single 2.6 mm screen that attaches to a compact, squashed speaker/hardware bar via a single large exclusive LG cable which contains all the main smaller cables between TV and this external speaker device.

Web OS continues to be the primary software platform on these TVs and, now at version 3.5 on LG TVs, is mostly unchanged from 2016; it remains very colourful and most likely the most “fun” TV interface from the major brands, but that by no means makes it the best.  LG is also releasing several other OLED models with free standing body designs. These, the G7, E7, C7 and B7 TVs are all also supposed to offer improved brightness.

One with your wall.

Yes, it really is a television. Discover a TV so thin and light that the screen attaches directly to the wall. LG’s radical new Picture-on-Wall appealing uses the most advanced OLED technology yet to achieve this first-of-its-kind design.

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Brings cinema sound to your room.

From state-of-the-art theatres to the home: With Dolby Atmos, sounds can move anywhere, including above the listener for the ultimate in surround audio. Discover Dolby Atmos through the TV speakers, or pass through to a friendly home theatre system for the full experience.

Wide Viewing Angle.

Rather than force viewers to crowd into the narrow LCD “sweet spot” position for best picture quality, the photographic color and unlimited contrast of LG OLED TV hold up even from wide angles, so now everyone on the couch will have an ideal viewing experience.

Since they’re so thin, they’ll also be much lighter than any sets we’ve seen before. LG says the 65-inch model weighs just 17 pounds, while the 77-inch model clocks in at 27-pounds. All told, the W-series TVs will be offered two sizes: 65 and 77 inches.

Ooops, so much gossip, right? Let’s wait for the launch of the LG’s New W-Series.

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