Wireless TVs aren’t exactly a sci-fi idea — LG is showing off a 97-inch wireless OLED display CES 2023It is a very attention-grabbing item in crowded booths. It is located in the quiet corner of the Las Vegas Convention Center’s Central Auditorium, but it has something more: a 55-inch Ultra Wireless OLED TV.
Completely wireless and indestructible Number Wires are not the power cable, which LG’s 97 inch wireless OLED has). offset tvThe monitor is powered by four rechargeable lithium ion batteries. It can be used for six hours per day and lasts for a month. The price for the TV, wireless base station and batteries, as well as the charger, is $3,000 per piece. Four TVs can be purchased from the company for $9,000.
You’d be crazy not to want four Displace Wireless TVs. Because you can combine them to make a 110-inch 8K television. You can combine the kits with top-mounted cameras to track your hand movements. With a pinch and expand gesture, you can have multiple images on one screen. The Displace TV wireless base station streams to displays via Wi Fi 6E and has multiple video inputs that allow simultaneous display of multiple sources. It also has a Smart TV interface.
It was amazing to watch the pinch-and-expand function, but even more impressive was seeing a wall-mounted TV.
Utilizing Displace TV’s active ring vacuum technology, which draws low power from batteries, the set mounts to the surface without any mounting hardware—you simply grab the latches on the sides of the panel, pull, and the vacuum seal is released. The TV weighs approximately 16 pounds and can be carried to another place. Once it is mounted, you can tap the panel to attach it to the wall.
It’s a great way to see Displace TV in action. However, there are some drawbacks to the current version. A clear gap between the panels can be seen when multiple TVs are stacked together. This is far from the smooth images you get. 100 inch MicroLED screensThe consists of multiple boards. The highly reflective screen surface makes televisions easy to see, which was evident on the trade show floor thanks to bright overhead lights.
The Displace TV is a great deal considering the new technology and the low price. LG’s 97-inch OLED 4K TV costs $25,000 and uses wire.
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