LG’s new state-of-the art TV is just 2.5 millimeters thin, or the thickness of four stacked credit cards.
The organic light-emitting diode TV (OLED) was unveiled at the South Korean electronics company’s press event at the 2016 International CES, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas.
It has integrated speakers within its stand. The TV circuitry is also within the stand.
The OLED TV can produce a billion colors at a 4K resolution. It covers 99 percent of the color gamut and has high dynamic range for lots of contrast.
These TVs can handle Dolby HDR technology, as well.
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