While the CES 2017 display was full of technical wonders, what stole the show was LG’s Display, drawing a creative picture of the gadgets of the future.
LG did not introduce a new category like an underwater drone or an electric car.
In fact it upgraded its line of televisions and the enhancement is pretty futuristic. Because the TV is not just a regular thin one — it’s a transparent TV that is almost as thin as wallpaper.
This design that is one of a kind is called "picture on wall." LG says it creates a sense of immersion, as if it's one with the wall. The television attaches to the wall with a magnetic bracket.
The screen looks like a window when turned off, but can show images when it’s on. The 55-inch prototype isn’t 100 % transparent; there is some opaqueness but it’s close to looking through a glass.
Its flagship OLED (organic light-emitting diode) panels offering a 4k resolution which is much higher than regular Led/LCD panels and HDR are one of a kind.
The South Korean tech giants always had the wow factor- and now they have introduces new processing, audio and brightness enhancing features.
Many experts believe that HDR makes a big impact on the TV screen and picture quality.
LG had displayed a transparent panel in 2014 as well, but it was an 18-inches clear display. This year the tech giant perfected the television for living rooms at 55-inches.
People on social media have started commenting about this wondrous new gadget of the future.
You have to see LG's transparent TV from the future https://t.co/8BvTjgK34w— David Papp (@DavidPapp) January 5, 2017
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