Luxury-looking TVs are nothing new – see, for example, Samsung’s The Frame, The Serif, The Sero, or Loewe’s latest models – but LG’s new model takes it to the next level.
LG Display Showcase TV ( HDTV test (opens in new tab)) replaces the traditional frame with a skeletal metal cover, making the OLED panel appear suspended in mid-air. The main purpose of these beautiful TV sets is to create a set that looks like a work of art.
The TV is versatile and can be placed on a TV stand or hung from the ceiling (if you are willing to put hooks in your ceiling). And because it’s transparent, it shouldn’t dominate your living space like some big TVs do.
It’s just a concept for now, so don’t expect to see it in stores anytime soon. But if enough people express interest, you never know…
In the meantime, we recommend checking out LG’s more basic TVs. They may not have the design prowess of Showcase TV, but the C2 and G2 got the highest marks in our review, cleaning up the C2 at our Awards (it even won TV of the Year). If LG can combine the picture quality and features of its standard TVs with a model like this, it could have another winner on its hands.
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