During their keynote address at their CES 2017 press conference, LG unveiled a ton of new gear including a new range of OLED TVs that have support for HDR and Dolby Atmos audio.

Probably the most interesting of these televisions was the new Signature OLED W TV, which is so thin that has to wall mounted with magnets.

LG calls it the wallpaper set because it measures just 2.57mm thin and sits completely flush to its background.

It also features a 65-inch 4K Ultra HD panel, that can be connected by a single cable to the new 4.2 channel LG Dolby Atmos soundbar that LG also unveiled this year, providing to connection to external sources.

There will also be a 77-inch version of the display if you prefer.

Both come with built-in WiFi, four HDCP 2.2 enabled HDMI ports and the new modes from Technicolor alongside LG’s webOS 3.5 system.

LG has not yet revealed pricing or availability for the display, but as soon as they do we will let you know.

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