If you have some dosh in your wallet spare and fancy dropping a bit of it on a new TV than LG’s latest OLED TV might interest you.

This is the LG W7 Wallpaper OLED TV, which was first unveiled at CES earlier this year. They didn’t reveal pricing back then, however, today LG did reveal that news and you may want to sit down for it.

The massive 77-inch 77W7 will also cost a massive $20,000.

That said, the price tag may be for a good reason as this OLED TV is extremely thin at just 1/10 of an inch at its thickest point. So thin that it can be mounted to a wall with just magnets, resulting in an easy fit and a finish that is gapless and flat to the wall.

Of course, there’s top of the line technology inside of the TV as well including a 4K UHD resolution, HDR, and support for various HDR formats, including HDR 10, YouTube’s VP9, and Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma.

It will also support Technicolor’s Advanced HDR format when that is available.

It does all of this with such a slim design by taking the tech outside of the TV and putting it in a Dolby Atmos soundbar that will sit below the TV, which connects to the TV via a singular ribbon cable that provides both the power and the video signal. Sadly, this does mean that you can’t use the TV without the soundbar.

The soundbar is very good spec-wise with two up-firing speakers and a total of seven drivers that create and awesome Dolby Atmos experience.

If you have enough and if you are interested then you can pick it up and find out more at the source link below.

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