One of the biggest announcement of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show CES has been LG 4K OLED TVs W-series – also known as the Wallpaper OLED TV. The W-series televisions might be the thinnest giant television ever made. It is the world’s first Wallpaper TV, which featuring flexible screen that’s just 4mm deep and can be hang on your wall by magnets. LG plans to begin sipping toward the end of the March 2017.
The W-series TVs will be available in two sizes: 65 and 77 inches model. LG said that the 65 inch model weighs just 17 pounds, while the larger on 77 inch model weighs 27 pounds. The smart TV operating system is an enhanced version of webOS 3.5.
The television is capable of reproducing the 99 percent of the DCI color space compare to the 97 percent of its predecessor last year. That means it will be unnoticeable to you unless you are a graphic artist or editor and ruminate on color 24.7. The signature W has an external sound bar, which contains all of the screen’s electronics and processing. It connects with the screen via a single cable that can be channeled onto the wall to leave the screen looking more like a window than a television.
The sound bar can support the Dolby Atmos audio playback in a 4.2 channel configuration. With the Dolby Atmos height channels delivered by two circular speakers, which slides a centimeter or two out of the sound bar’s main chassis when they are needed and disappeared back down inside behind motorized covers when they are needed.
The Televisions has a built-in Wi-Fi and four HDCP 2.2-enabled HDMI ports, complaint with 4K video and HDR. The device supports four HDR formats, namely HDR 10, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma and a new Technicolor HDR format. The 65 inch model will cost $7,996 while the larger 77 inch model coming in at a staggering $19,996.