The wallpaper thin LG OLED TV will amaze you with the level of detail and innovations. LG revealed the world’s thinnest OLED TV which can be hung on the wall with the low profile almost bezel-free display. But, make sure you have already got the guts to buy this amazing technology on your wall by paying $20,000. While you might think to buy an old model BMW 3 series with that money, buying LG W7 2017 will give you a wireless and stunning automated sound bar to ensure the perfect movie experience.
The costliest screen in the current year’s lineup is the new W7 Signature Series, which comes in both 65-inch and 77-inch forms. The 65-inch versions will go for a horrible $7,996 (about £6,370 or AU$10,590) while the 77-inch model will come in at a take-out-a-home loan deal cost of $19,996 (about £16,000 or AU$26,500). Well, the price jump from 65-inch display to the 77-inch display might give you a shock but why are they so expensive, you might ask? LG is using four types of HDR (HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG, Advanced HDR by technicolor) along with the Dolby Atmos Soundbar.
On the off chance that $20,000 is an excessive amount for your, LG’s starting C7 model is additionally accessible for pre-order on their website and comes in two different models: 55-inch and 65-inch. The OLED55C7 is right now listed for $2,496, while the bigger OLED65C7, is being offered for $3,996.