At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2024), LG Electronics unveiled the latest version of its wireless transparent TV featuring an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen that looks as if it disappears when turned off. The LG Signature OLED T combines transparent OLED technology with wireless AV transmission and reception, allowing viewers to see beyond the screen and eliminating the need for visible wires around the screen, according to LG Electronics. LG has been showing off transparent display prototypes at the CES for some time but this time it is convinced it can ship these novel panels later this year to customers willing to own them.
LG emphasised the TV’s self-lit pixel technology, maintaining perfect picture quality with an ultra-slim fit, reports Yonhap news agency. LG Electronics said the TV allows viewers to move it freely within their living spaces, whether in front of a living room window or between the living room and kitchen, thanks to its transparent screen and wireless technology. Its 77-inch panel is completely transparent, but this TV is not as simple as the conventional ones. The setup includes a contrast film, which will let you change the panel’s behaviour depending on your preference. That means you can either use the panel in its transparent state or turn it into a regular OLED.
The LG Signature OLED T offers two distinctive screen modes — transparent and black. In transparent mode, viewers can enjoy content overlapping with scenes or artworks from the window or wall behind their TV. For those prioritising higher-resolution quality, a simple click on the remote control switches the screen to black. Equipped with an updated AI processor, the Alpha 11, and LG Electronics’ webOS smart TV operating system, the LG Signature OLED T boasts four times the performance of its predecessors. The Alpha 11 processor enhances picture quality by analyzing footage in pixel-perfect detail and colour correction to match the creator’s intent with rich spatial sound.
LG Electronics said the LG Signature OLED T will hit the global market later this year. The price, however, is not clear. For reference, LG’s rollable television was launched for $1,00,000 (roughly Rs 8,309,250) in the US.
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Author Name | Shubham Verma