Razor-Thin So Slim Wallpaper LED
Razor-Thin So Slim
LG's Line of high-end Televisions has a new King.
The razor-thin sets are so slim that LG said its internal nickname for them was "wallpaper OLED" due to how much they blend in with the wall. Unlike other TVs, which require separate hardware to mount, the W7 can be mounted with magnets and sits less than 4 millimeters from the wall.
Thinner Than An iPhone The LG OLED TV
Other features of note include LG's updated webOS 3.5 smart TV platform, as well as Magic Link, a feature that lets users quickly find related videos from a variety of sources. Because the sets are so thin, LG had to pull the speakers and many of the other electronic components into a separate soundbar that sits underneath the TV and connects via a cable. The soundbar is LG's first to take advantage of Dolby Atmos technology, which allows its sound to come not only from the sides, but also from above, which LG claims to "envelop viewers like never before."
The New Alpha 9 Processor
Alpha 9 Processor
Unboxing The Mind Bending Wallpaper TV The new Alpha 9 processor is now able to offer four layers of noise reduction, doubling the previous efforts. What that means to us at home is that the picture has far less noise. This is thanks to quad step de-contour noise reduction which means the picture is even more natural and smooth.
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High Frame Rate
Wallpaper TV Features
There's a new jargony buzz-phrase to learn in TV land this year: HFR. The high frame rate compatibility of the W8 is a whopping 120 FPS. That means sports and movies look uncannily realistic, even when the action speeds up. This is classic future proofing. Or, to put it another way, there is no content right now - even the HFR stuff on YouTube can't currently be played on the W8. But as long as content providers get on board, and deliver HFR in a way that LG can use on the TV, it's future proofed.
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