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LG reveals a wireless transparent OLED TV at CES

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
1 min read

For me, transparent flatscreens have been the final 'we live in the future' dream I've been waiting for. It's probably about turning our windows into displays so we can have useful information available on every glass surface. So does a TV count? Let's say yes, because the LG Signature OLED T revealed at CES looks lovely.

77-inches, well designed frame, and wireless transmission of AV so it can just sit mid room and look amazing (just get clever with your powerpoints). Next stop: stick on panels for our windows. Let's do it in 2025, LG!

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