Oh hell, it looks like it’s going to be a TV this year at CES as every tech company tries to wrest control of your living room. LG’s spotlight product is a 55” OLED TV that’s super sharp, super thin and will set you back about $10,000.
Continuing to expand their offerings, first Ikea announced it was building a neighborhood in London and now it’s offering an Ikea HDTV, seamlessly built into a piece of furniture. It’s very nice looking, and if you have other Ikea pieces in your home, it would blend in perfectly.
If you think your 1080p HDTV is hot shit, just wait til CES in a week, where LG will officially unveil its 84” ultra definition 4K (4096 x 1714) resolution TV. That’s big enough, with a crazy enough resolution to see the zits on the asshole of a gnat.
LCD TVs could get away with having almost no bezel, but manufacturers add one to help frame in the picture. But knowing that humanity is over having big black borders around our televisions, LG will soon be rolling out a line of almost completely bezel-less 3D TVs. And oh my, that looks nice.
At the IFA trade show in Berlin yesterday, the world’s first BitTorrent certified TV went on display. The TV is manufactured by Vestel and uses technology from BitTorrent Inc. that allows consumers to find, download and play their favorite digital media directly on their television. Suck it Google and Apple.