These Are The Three Most Incredible Televisions Unveiled At CES 2017
Every year again people are visiting the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to catch a glimpse of the latest electronics. Bigger, brighter, better – CES is the place to find out what the future of consumer electronics will look like.
Throughout the past years, televisions have become a classic spectacle at CES as this is the time during which the global Electronic leaders show off their latest and most advanced displays that, every year again, blows the minds of all spectators. This year, at the 2017 CES event, companies like LG, Samsung, and Sony did once again try to outdo each other by showing off their latest inventions – introducing the world to the future of the television industry.
Below you can find a short overview of the three televisions that stood out the most at CES 2017.
LG’s Signature W7 OLET TV – An Absolute Beauty
Arguably it was LG that stole the show at the CES 2017 event by showing off their latest and highly advanced television; the new LG Signature W7 OLET TV. This truly amazing TV is described by the company has the ”lightest, thinnest, and most beautiful TV on the planet”.
Although the above statement might sound far sought, LG might, in fact, be right with their claims. Measuring merely 2.57mm in thickness, this water-thin television truly features a ”picture-in-wall” display as LG themselves wish to describe it. This stunning TV will be available in 65-inch and 77-inch models and runs on a new version of LG’s own TV software named webOS 3.5 which is commonly viewed as the most advanced TV software on the market.
At the moment relatively little is known about the pricing and release date, however, some stores in the United States already have this beauty displayed in their store fronts. It can not be long before this truly amazing display will be sold on a worldwide basis.
Sony Bravia A1E OLED TV – An Ultra-Thin 4K Television
Coming in at a very close second to LG’s ultra-thin Signature television is the Bravia A1E OLED TV by Sony – a state-of-the-art 4K television that is guaranteed to blow your mind.
The Sony A1E features practically the same thinness as the previously mentioned Signature W7 OLED TV introduced by LG, however, the main difference is that the A1E is not designed to be mounted on a wall. Instead, this stunning television uses a stand design that allows you to place it on any surface. Besides its stunning thinness, the Sony A1E furthermore features 4K resolution and breathtaking HDR picture quality.
Another amazing feature that sets this TV apart from its competition is that its display itself simultaneously works as a speaker. This has been achieved by positioning two actuators on the back of the panel that actually vibrate the TV so that it produces sound in the same way any other regular speaker would. There is no need to worry that the vibrations created by your display will influence your viewing experience, however, as the vibrations are imperceptible to the human eye – assuring that you visually won’t notice a thing.
Sony has not yet announced the price or even the release date of this absolutely stunning television, however, it is expected that this 55-Inch Sony TV will be considered as the company’s flagship model of 2017 which, generally speaking, brings along prices ranging up to $6000 a piece.
Samsung Introduces Its QLED TV Range – And It Is Amazing
Another TV, or actually television set, that stood out at CES 2017 and are truly worth mentioning are Samsung’s new class of ‘QLED’ TVs. Samsung has introduced the world to three new high-end sets that include the Flat Screen Samsung Q9F, Curved Screen Q8C, and the Q7 – the latter of which is available with both a flat and curved screen.
This new range of Samsung televisions is expected to replace their previous SUHD TVs as the firm’s newest flagship line and its new QLED televisions will be available in 55, 65, 75, and 88- Inches. At the moment little is known about the release date and expected price of these remarkable displays, however, it is expected that the first models will be ready for sale by March 2017.