LG Curved OLED 3-D TV

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

While the progression of home television technology has seemed to slow a bit over the past couple of years, LG is looking to change all that with their stunning LG Curved OLED TV.

The OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) sees a handful of improvements over your current setup. For starters, the screen emits a much brighter picture than any other LED or LCD display on the market, without sacrificing that ultra thin design we all yearn for. The TV is only 4.3 mm thick, and is super lightweight, weighing in at 38 pounds. The real excitement with this 3-D HDTV is the curved design though, which is almost like having a mini iMax television set right in your living room. As with any new TV technology, this set is coming out of the gate with a massive price tag. Just how much you ask? Try $15,000.

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