LG’s New 325-Inch 8K TV Takes Up the Entire Wall and Prices $1.7 Million – Robb Report


Why have a wall TV except it takes up your complete wall? That appears to be the query LG is presenting with its latest LED TVs.

The electronics behemoth has simply unveiled its new lineup of Direct View LED (DVLED) Excessive Residence Cinema units, the most important of which measures a mind-blowing 325 inches diagonally. Beforehand solely accessible to business purchasers, the gagantuan TV is now accessible to the remainder of us—even in case you’ll must half with a small fortune to get your arms on it.

After all, LG’s DVLED isn’t the primary wall-sized TV we’ve seen—that might be the Samsung Wall—however it does make use of the model’s distinctive LED-as-pixel show know-how. Most LED TVs truly use an LCD layer to create pixels, however LG’s new TVs use the LED diodes alone (three for every pixel) to do that. The result’s an image that guarantees to supply extra vibrant colours and more true distinction, all with out the danger of burn-in that comes together with your common flat display. Moreover, the panel can be utilized to show one full picture, or a number of directly in custom-made shapes.

One of LG's smaller DVLED TVs

One in every of LG’s smaller DVLED TVs 

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To accommodate the 325-inch unit, you’ll want room for entire lot of LED diodes (wherever from 2 million to 33 million), which is why these TVs are so large. LG gives a wide range of very giant DVLED dimension choices. There’s the Full-HD model that ranges in dimension from 81 and 215 inches; a 4K possibility which you could get between 163 to 325 inches and, lastly, an 8K mannequin that’s accessible in a single dimension—325 inches. The highest-of-the-line DVLED mannequin packs 33 million LED diodes into its 23.6 ft by 13.3 ft body and suggestions the scales an equally jaw-dropping 2,222 kilos. Simply the set up required  particular coaching.

Pricing hasn’t but been introduced for the total lineup, however CNET experiences that the top-of-the-line mannequin will run you a cool $1.7 million. To place that into perspective, that’s greater than the Bentley Bentayga, Continental and Flying Spur price mixed—with room for an additional supercar or two. On the plus aspect, the theater-sized TV comes with a complimentary five-year customer support bundle which the model values at $30,000. With a TV this large, we suspect you’ll want it.



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