During LG’s CES 2017 keynote, the company announced a ton of new products and technologies that will define the year in technology. One of those announcements was the unveiling of the “lightest, thinnest, most beautiful TV on the planet.”
The TV in question is the Signature W7, which joins a slew of other TVs announced by the company. The TV measures in at 2.57mm thin, which according to LG makes it look more unified against the wall, almost as if it’s floating or levitating in the room. It is being powered by their new WebOS 3.5 platform and supports four different HDR technologies such as HDR 10, Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) and Advanced HDR by Technicolor.
The Signature W7 measures in at a 77-inch diagonal screen, and has a Super UHD resolution. LG also teamed up with Dolby for their new Dolby Atmos sound, which makes it the first TV ever to support the new technology out of the box.
There were no pricing and availability details announced, but it could be a bit pricey compared to other HDR TVs on the market today because of the technology inside.
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