CES 2022 is less than a month away, and big tech companies are gearing up to show off their latest product advancements. LG is one of them, and the company has opted to give a sneak peek at its unique Lifestyle TV portfolio that it plans to showcase at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show before the event begins on January 5. Here’s what LG has planned for CES 2022.
LED Showcases Unique TVs
The firm just published an official blog post giving a sneak peek at its next television models, as well as some interesting data about them. LG has announced the LG StandbyME TV (model 27Art10) and LG Objet TV (model 65Art90), both of which are aimed to provide customers with unique capabilities and a private viewing experience.
LG Object TV (65 inches)
The LG Objet TV, for example, is a 65-inch OLED TV that looks like a canvas and can be pushed against a wall at up to a 5-degree angle, making it look like artwork in a gallery. It has a replaceable fabric cover on the front, designed by Danish textile inventor Kvadrat. Kvadrat Beige, Kvadrat Redwood, and Kvadrat Green are the three distinct hues offered for the cloth cover.
Similar to its OLED rollable TV from 2018, users will be able to push a button on their remote control to lower the fabric-covering to reveal the 65-inch OLED Evo panel of the TV for a full-viewing experience or partially cover the display for a Line-View experience to show various widgets. The LG Objet TV also includes a 4.2-channel sound system with an output of 80 watts for a truly immersive listening experience.
LG StandbyME TV (27 inches)
The LG StandbyME TV features a unique TV-on-wheels design that allows consumers to roll the entire television set from room to room for a more private viewing experience. It’s essentially a wireless TV with an integrated battery and a mobile stand with hidden wheels. It can be swiveled, rotated, and tilted. Furthermore, because the device has a touch-enabled display, users may separate the TV screen from the adjustable stand and use it as a very big tablet.
A 27-inch LCD panel is used on the LG StandbyME TV. Popular streaming apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube will also be supported. On a single charge, the wireless StandbyME TV may run for up to 3 hours. It also has NFC for smartphone mirroring, a USB port, and an HDMI input for connecting to other devices. It has a fabric finish on the back as well.
LG hasn’t revealed any other information about these two TV sets. As a result, we’ll have to wait until CES 2022 to see LG formally debut the Objet and StandbyME TV models. Stay tuned as we shall keep you updated. What are your thoughts on LG’s unusual TV sets? Would you buy the Objet or the StandbyME TV when they first come out?