The problem with OLEDs, is that even if the benefits in terms of aesthetics and image quality are well established, selling prices remain terribly high. Today less than 2000 euros, can not find anything. Especially since, like other technologies before it, the OLED is only useful on large screen sizes. From 55 inches so … There is still so with this LG 55EG920V.
This 55EG920V TV is displayed and 3290 euros and boasts of being a veritable high-tech product. It is based in fact on a slab OLED Ultra HD and curved runs on WebOS 2.0 with integrated Wi-Fi and even offers polarized 3D.
Needless to say that the contrasts, the color rendering and overall fluidity are significantly higher than those offered by other TVs on the market. Black is for once, really black, and Ultra HD (and treatment that goes with upscaling to sources) ensures sharpness and clarity, again well above the lot.
Side embedded intelligence and multimedia functions, all is well, the WebOS 2.0 Smart TV with voice control and gesture recognition via the Magic Remote to Dual Play mode to play two full screen with 3D glasses, through the passive 3D. The LG 55EG920V also features Wi-Fi Miracast the WiDi, an acoustic system 20 watts of high quality, three HDMI inputs, the LG TV Remote-webOS application, the function PVR Ready, the recommendation of content and many options audio / video calibration.
A real nice TV in all. But still too expensive!