The Ultra-Thin LG TV

For all those who are looking to buy a premium quality TV, LG’s new 4K OLEDB6P is the way to go. With excellent picture quality, viewing angles and pitch black levels, this TV provides a great viewing experience.

Marketed by LG as their cheapest OLED TV yet, the OLEDB6P picture quality is a comparable to that of LG’s more expensive models; however the sounds quality is not as good as the high-end E6 model.

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Visually stunning, the OLEDB6P is ultra-thin at only 0.18 inch thick. The top panel of the TV consists of only a structure that supports the OLED panel. The lower half, while not much thicker (two inches) contains the input board, power supply and other electronics.

While the model does not have the same resemblance as the more expensive models have of an image displayed on glass, the front screen bears a very thin border with the LG logo in the corner. The transparent stand of the TV makes it look as though it is suspended in mid-air and over all adds a more futuristic finish to the whole look.

LG’s inbuilt Web OS smart TV system has improved with the new OLEDB6P model, however it is still not as good as some of its web-streaming smart television competitors in the market. Users can now stream from Netflix, Vudu and Amazon.

You can now also choose to search through the LG content store using voice commands. However, several users reported this feature proved a lot more challenging.  If you prefer to use remotes, LG has included its motion control remote which has a cursor that responds to your touch.

With a greater brightness, large colour range and more even dark areas, the LG OLEDB6P TV is one of the better premium TV options and definitely an expensive one with prices going up to $8000.

Picture courtesy – cbsistatic.com

 


by techtalks @TechTalks September 23, 2016 4:57 AM UTC

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Mobile Upgrades: Killing The Product Before Its Time?

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