LG OLED T Transparent TV First
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LG Reveals World’s First Transparent OLED TV

LG is known for its wide range of TVs but this year, the company is taking a bold leap by introducing the world’s first wireless transparent OLED TV. LG debuted the 77-inch ‘OLED T’ at CES 2024 in Las Vegas, boasting a 4K resolution and LG’s wireless transmission tech for audio and video. However, its clever design is what’s catching the attention of the public.

The OLED T from LG features a contrast screen that rolls down into a sturdy box at its base. You can easily lower or raise it with the press of a button. Lowering it allows the transparency of the display to really stand out, capable of visualising a virtual fish tank or fire as demonstrated by the company. Samsung also debuted its own transparent TV at CES, though it uses Micro LED in contrast to LG’s OLED screen. Different strokes for different folks.

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Spectators at CES, such as The Verge’s Chris Welch, reported on the experience and stated that it “gave off a sense of depth that really messed with my brain.” It’s easy to see why, though many have said that it feels more like a gimmick than something anyone would want to use conventionally as a television. Either way, this gives companies the opportunity to iterate on the concept and eventually, it might be honed into something fantastic.

LG OLED T Transparent TV First

As of writing, LG hasn’t officially announced a release date or price for the OLED T, or whether it will even be available in South Africa or not. We’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn more. However, we expect it to be a very pricey TV given the impressive technology on display. LG also promised that it will ship sometime this year.

Have a look at the LG OLED T below and see for yourself what it’s capable of:

Editor-in-Chief of Nexus Hub, writer at GLITCHED. Former writer at The Gaming Report and All Otaku Online. RPG addict that has wonderful nightmares of Bloodborne 2.

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