The 55EA9800, according to LG, is only 0.17 inches thin, which is around the width of three credit cards. It weighs less than 38 pounds, and among its energy saving features is a special sensor that automatically adjusts the display brightness according to the viewing environment. The television is said to have an estimated yearly energy cost of $18.
LG’s newest OLED television, from a design standpoint, sticks out because of its curved screen. Said to represent a new design statement as well as the first “major design change in the industry since the widespread introduction of flat-panel TVs to the consumer marketplace more than a decade ago,” it reportedly offers an iMAX like viewing experience in the home.
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