The latest LG TV is as thin as wallpaper and it directly emits sound from the screen. The new LG OLED W7 is attached to the walls using magnetic bracelets, which offers an illusion it is mounted into the wall. It has won as the 2017 CES Best of Innovation Award.
The new LG is eliminating the gap between the TV and the wall, which stream content in a more precise detail via LG 4K Blu-Ray player. It is indeed designed to create a new "picture on the wall" style. The television creates a picture levitating, which offers a perfect illusion that it is directly mounted on the wall.
The new wallpaper TV is a 2.57 mm thin flexible Ultra HD OLED television that clings to the wall like a fridge magnet. The bracket is aimed for professional installation. It has the Super UHD TV lineup, which uses the firm's nano cell display technology to create the most accurate colors. The UHD lineup can also reduce screen glow.
It has OLED technology, which does not require a backlight. The screen is so thin and the television's soundbar acts an HDMI video connectors. Its soundbar is supporting the Dolby Atmos advanced upwards-firing sounds.
It has equipped with Amazon's Alexa as the smart assistant. It also offers a panorama view with an ultrawide angle. The new wallpaper television has a height channels, which is delivered by two circular speakers. It automatically slides a centimeter when needed and disappearing back down inside and behind motorized covers.
The LG OLED W7 has built-in Wi-Fi and four HDMI. It has an available 77-inch version and can play with 4k video and HDR tech. It has a uniform sized one-nanometer dots which covers the panel and help to suppress wavelengths of light.
The company assures that the panel inside the LG OLED W7 does not compromise the wallpaper style. LG uses slightly superior SOC solution to generate a perfect mainstream OLED.