CES 2017: LG Super Thin Wallpaper TV

CES 2017: LG Super Thin Wallpaper TV

CES 2017: LG launches super-thin ‘wallpaper’ Ultra HD OLED TV
After leading the way in home entertainment market with its OLED TVs, LG has now released what it’s calling the Signature 4K OLED W series. The ultrathin LG Signature OLED W television is just 2.57mm thin in the 65-inch model, and mounts seamlessly to the wall to create the experience of ‘looking through a window into another world.’ All power, connectivity, and processing functions are offloaded to a combination soundbar and control unit that connects to the TV through a ribbon cable. There is built-in Wi-Fi and four HDMI ports, complete with 4K video and HDR tech, and will also be available in a 77-inch version.

The weirdest tech from CES 2017

Anti-pollution scarf: Wair has a built-in filtration mask that can protect wearers from pollution everywhere.

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LoveBox: This modern version of a message in a bottle displays messages that are sent through a compatible app.

Virtual reality shoes: Cerevo Taclim hopes to help bump up the immersion in virtual reality experiences.

Connected hairbrush: Hair Coach uses a range of sensors to spot hair damage and offer feedback to users on how to better protect their hair, including changes to brushing technique.

Smarter fridge cam: Smarter thinks you’ll spend $150 on a camera for your fridge instead of thousands of dollars on an internet-connected “smart fridge.”


Published on Jan 5, 2017

The $120 Mangoslab Nemonic lets you print your all-important notes or selfies—no ink required. WSJ’s Joanna Stern tries it out. (Photo/video: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal)

Published on Jan 5, 2017

Tim Bradshaw takes a look at the latest innovations and oddities on display at the CES Unveiled preview event – smart speakers with virtual assistants, drones, smart toothbrushes, and all manner of everyday devices being given added intelligence and connectivity.

Published on Jan 5, 2017

Smaller companies attending CES 2017 are demonstrating a range of products including a smart mirror that points out your problem beauty areas, a smart sleeper that rocks babies to sleep and a computer workstation in which users can work in any position they like. Image: AP

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