Crazy feature of ridiculously expensive TV

Tech vlogger Elly Awesome reviews this new state-of-the-art TV, but it comes with a truly eye-watering cost.

LG has just launched an impressive lineup of TV and audio products for 2022. Really: 42 new TVs and six soundbars! I’ve had some early access with some of their latest TVs and I have to say there are some amazing 2022 models out there.

If you are looking for a new one TV and you’ve done your research, you probably know that LG is the leaders in OLED technology, which is arguably one of the best types of display technology you can get.

In the simplest terms, many other types of TVs require a light source behind the display to help produce an image. While the pixels of OLED produce light themselves. At the micro level, this in turn produces more true blacks and brighter whites, delivering exceptional image quality.

In addition, OLED panels can be made exceptionally thin and lightweight, while offering impressive refresh rates, energy efficiency and high color accuracy.

It’s safe to say that OLED isn’t just a buzzword – they’re pretty easy to sell because they’re really, really great.

That being said, LG offers a range of different TV panels – not just OLED. As you might guess, OLED is the most expensive TV style LG produces.

This is why LG has released such a ridiculous array of styles and sizes, so hopefully there’s something for everyone.

The more budget LG TVs are the UHD models priced around $2000 for a 55 inch then you have QNED Mini LED TVs for around $3000 in similar or larger sizes.

QNED is LG’s premium LED range with Quantum Dot and NanoCell technology, which I preferred (of course) because they have excellent all-round performance with popping colors, fast refresh rates and HDMI 2.1 – great for gamers or movie buffs.

Personally, I’m most excited about their new 42-inch C2 OLED, which has the potential to be either a TV, computer monitor or both! It’s pricey at around $3000, but it has 4K resolution with an incredibly thin design, has HDMI 2.1, a 120Hz refresh rate, LG’s a9 Gen 5 AI processor, and built-in streaming service apps and smart assistants.

This is great for people who may be working and playing from a smaller space. Sizes in the C2 range go up to 83-inches, and they’ve also just launched a whopping 97-inch C2 TV. And if you want the ultimate in high-end OLEDs in LG’s range, check out the OLED G2 range, although you should know the price range above the others.

Speaking of price, I’ve also seen LG’s Lifestyle range in person. The price tags for these TVs are astronomical, but they are insanely awesome.

It included the 65-inch LG ART90 Lifestyle TV with an insanely unique form factor – a cloth cover designed by Danish textile innovator Kvadrat. The cover can slide up or down to show the entire TV or you can leave only about a fifth of the TV to display things like the time. I could see this fitting beautifully into a carefully curated, interior decorated space. I love seeing innovative artful technology like this, although sadly I’ll never own one as it costs $17,999.

And most impressively, LG has created a TV called the LG Signature R1 OLED Rollable TV – a missed opportunity here to be called the ROLED.

It’s an insane, first-of-its-kind, luxury TV made to order and sold for — get this — $130,000. Sorry readers, it wasn’t made for the majority of us. But I have to say it was incredible to watch and bodes well for the future of display technology

The quality of the screen was as good as the high-end non-rollables (which you’d hope for at that price) and yet it was wafer thin. It literally rolls in and out of a rectangular base that houses an impressive speaker system.

I love that you can hide your TV and offer versatile placement options in your home. Oh to be 130 thousand TV rich.

All of these TVs are starting to roll out now through June, so keep an eye out for the latest models in stores.

Elly Awesome is an Australian tech and lifestyle vlogger. † @ellyawwesomeYouTube


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