What does LG TV have in store for your smart home? The electronics company continues to roll out mesmerizing new technology rivaling Sony and Samsung. Here’s the news from the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show floor in Las Vegas.
This year, LG’s focus is on elegance and impossibly thin screens. They’ve gathered inspiration from Samsung, offering more 8K OLED screens, as well as more size options. Now, LG is even courting the gaming community with its new offerings.
The End of Projectors
LG’s ever-impressive Rollable OLED TV will finally be available in 2020. The long-awaited “showstopping concept model” has been in the development stages for a couple of years. With a screen that disappears into its low-clearance stylishly-sleek console when not in use, leaving a home’s interior design and decor to its truest form. The Rollable OLED has the potential to rival multi-product projector technology.
Channeling museum-quality art, the GX Gallery Series portrays unique works while sitting idle. For $4.99 per month, users gain access to thousands of options. TV bezels can be customized with different finishes and textures to better blend with the surrounding decor. The Gallery Series is available in 55, 65, and 75 inches. And all key electronics are built right into the TV.
LG’s OLED screens include Dolby Vision IQ to expand the Dolby Vision HDR. Smart settings account for the lighting in the room. And there is a Filmmaker Mode that delivers content the way it was initially captured. By disabling the effects altered during post-production, “…perfectly preserving correct aspect ratios, colors and frame rates, LG OLED TVs with the Filmmaker Mode faithfully replicate the original vision of the director.”
For the Gamers
By integrating NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility into 12 of their OLED models, LG will support HGiG Mode. The capability was developed by the HDR Gaming Interest Group so players are assured: “…games are playable across different types of screens using HDR with the experience their creators intended, without accidentally overdoing the effect and ruining gameplay.”
For Voice Control enthusiasts, the more exclusive tier will have microphones built into the actual TV. So a remote is not necessary to use voice commands. However, the microphones can be disabled for those concerned about privacy.
So if you love ultra-thin screens that look fabulous with your interior decor, LG has something to tempt you this year. Keep your eyes and ears open. And get ready to jump on the smartest new TVs as soon as they drop.
Responsive Living, the term coined by Acoustic Architects founders, Aaron Flint and Spencer Hauldren, is the concept of seamlessly enhancing the client’s unique lifestyle using smart home technology. Responsive Living allows you to interact with your space via touch input, voice command, and predictive automation, placing you in full control of your home.
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