At CES 2022, LG Electronics will demonstrate a prototype 65-inch OLED TV that resembles an art canvas leaned against a wall. Simply named the Objet TV (model 65Art90), it joins LG’s Objet Collection of modern, minimalist products that includes appliances.
The LG Objet TV blends seamlessly into any room with its minimalist style and subtle use of neutral colors bringing immediate sophistication and visual harmony to any indoor space. LG Objet TV adapts to users’ different needs with the mere press of a button on the included LG Remote by raising or lowering a fabric cover as the viewer sees fit. Lower the cover to reveal the full extent of the screen for the maximum viewing experience or partially cover the display to only see a curated selection of lifestyle functions.
In Full View mode, LG Objet TV’s 65-inch OLED evo panel and advanced processor offers a stunning viewing experience making content of any genre come to life with vivid, accurate color expression and exceptional contrast. Along with superb picture quality, the premium TV boasts an 80W, 4.2-channel sound system that delivers movie theater-like audio to ensure complete viewer immersion. When set to Line View, the TV can help users stay on track throughout the week with Date & Clock, transform into a convenient audio player in Music setting or display a collection of exclusive space and nature-themed images when set to Gallery.
The interchangeable fabric cover, which sets the LG Objet TV apart from every other TV currently on the market, is a product of Danish textile innovator, Kvadrat. The three available colors – Kvadrat Beige, Kvadrat Redwood, Kvadrat Green – have all been carefully selected for their ability to match a wide color palette and blend in with a range of interior designs.
Installation is as elegantly simple as the design of the Objet TV itself. Slender yet sturdy, the TV is designed to be positioned against a wall at a gentle angle of up to 5 degrees, just as art is displayed in a modern gallery. The TV’s in-cable frame system makes it easy to connect external devices such as a cable set-top box or game console while maintaining its clean, contemporary lines. The TV can even be installed flush to the wall for maximum integration with one’s living space.
There is no word on pricing or availability. Typically, such prototype models arrive near year end, if ever.
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