LG has made a groundbreaking entry into the world of home entertainment with the launch of its LG SIGNATURE OLED T, the world’s first transparent and wireless television. This innovative product not only offers state-of-the-art technology but also a design that seamlessly integrates into any living space.
The LG SIGNATURE OLED T is a marvel of modern technology and design aesthetics. It boasts a transparent 4K OLED screen, a feature that has earned it five CES 2024 Innovation Awards, including the prestigious Best of Innovation honor. The key to its cutting-edge performance is the α (Alpha) 11 AI processor, which significantly enhances AI capabilities and graphic performance.
What sets the OLED T apart is its ability to virtually disappear when not in use. The transparent screen means that when the TV is turned off, it blends into the environment. This addresses the common dilemma of the imposing ‘big black screen’ in living spaces, offering a solution that is as much about interior design as it is about technological advancement. The invisible screen not only complements home décor but also creates a sense of spaciousness and openness.
For those seeking the full power of this television, LG has introduced a contrast screen that can be activated with the click of a button. This feature allows users to switch between enjoying the transparent display and experiencing the full picture quality enhancements provided by the Alpha 11 AI processor. This processor boasts a 70% increase in graphic performance and a 30% faster processing speed compared to its predecessors.
LG’s Home Entertainment Company President, Park Hyoung-sei, emphasized the transformative nature of the LG SIGNATURE OLED T. He highlighted how this product redefines the television’s role in living spaces, offering unprecedented freedom to curate interiors without compromising on quality or performance.
While the LG SIGNATURE OLED T is a significant step forward in television technology, its market availability and pricing are yet to be confirmed. Prospective buyers should note the high cost associated with such innovative technology, as exemplified by LG’s rollable OLED R, which is priced at around $100,000.