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CES 2017: LG to release “wallpaper-thin” OLED TV

LG previewed its thinnest television yet—the OLED77W7P or the Signature OLED TV W—at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Even less obtrusive to the living room aesthetic than a picture frame, the OLED77W7P is only an astounding 2.5 mm thick. It’s so thin and light it can be attached directly to the wall.

The TV is 77 inches diagonally and has 4K resolution and HDR. It is also the first to combine the Dolby Vision HDR technology with Dolby Atmos immersive audio for a truly exquisite experience.

To make contrasts even starker, the OLED77W7P makes use of LG’s OLED technology, achieving perfect, pitch black levels with nil light bleed.

All wired connections will be through LG’s soundbar with a proprietary cable connected to the TV due to the thinness of the screen.

The price of the thinnest TV ever is yet to be announced.

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