Wallpaper OLED Headlines LG’s 2017 Range
LG have announced availability, pricing and more for their top of the line OLED TV.
Called the Signature OLED W7, the 65-inch TV will arrive for Australian customers in April. It’ll measure a scant 4mm in thickness and offer up gains of 26% in brightness versus the previous Signature OLED.
Like last year’s offering, it’ll promise to combine LG’s award-winning display technology with the Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmosphere integration necessary to produce what they argue is the best home entertainment experience possible.
To make better use of that functionality, LG are throwing in a SJ9 soundbar with every W7. The SJ9 promises “the illusion of a surround sound effect without a subwoofer” and can even upscale music to 24-bit audio.
“Thanks to our global partnerships, like Dolby, we have integrated technologies in our TVs that have made an impact on Hollywood content for decades and are now available to view at home,” said Angus Jones, General Manager of Marketing for LG Australia.
Jones says that “ultimately, you will not need to venture to the cinema when you can enjoy a premium cinematic experience in your home.”
In a presentation to journalists, LG spokespeople emphasized that the TV doesn’t just excel on a technical level but also on a design one. They highlights the improvements made in the new WebOS3.5, as well as the Magic Remote – which now feature both a Netflix and Amazon Prime button.
The 65-inch W7 will arrive in April at an RRP of $13,499. Beyond that, the 65-inch G7 Signature Series returns in May for $9099. The 65 and 55-inch E7 is priced at $ 7999 and $5199, respectively. Finally, the slightly more-affordable C7 lands at $6899 and $4099.