LG’s latest OLED TV is created for those who prefer something with an unusual design that won’t look out of place with their set of furniture and panels. The Korean company has given the 65-inch LG OLED Evo TV a new makeover, making it part of its Object Collection and giving it a cover that you can move up or down with a dedicated remote control.
If you’re not watching anything and just want to use the TV as a watch or play music – the device’s speaker has an 80W output – you can roll the cover halfway and only show part of the screen. However, you can choose from the themes provided by LG if you want the entire screen to be visible. As it is intended to invoke the look of a piece of art, the model is mounted on a metal stand and can simply be placed on the wall rather than hung. Even its moving cover is like cloth, because it uses cloth, especially that of the iconic Danish textile brand Kvadrat.
The LG OLED Evo TV Object Collection costs a lot more than its regular OLED Evo counterpart, as you might already expect. It will be available starting from the 15th in Korea for $8,381 and will be available in three Kvadrat case colors to choose from: beige, redwood, and green. Customers will also be able to purchase additional covers if they want, so they can change them up according to the existing color scheme of their space.
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