LG works alongside Swarovski to deliver premium OLED TV


lg-swarovski-curved-oled-tvSouth Korean consumer electronics giant LG has decided to team up with famous crystal manufacturer Swarovski to come up with what they deem to be the ultimate premium OLED TV, as though having a curved OLED TV in the first place is not good enough. The normal curved OLED TV already costs a bomb, and when you throw in luxurious Swarvoski crystals into the mix, you can be sure that this particular combination is going to cost you quite a lot where your bank account is concerned.

This unique partnership between the two companies would be a one-of-a-kind piece of home entertainment hardware that will turn heads for sure the moment they step into your living room. It will be showcased at IFA Berlin that is set to kick off later this week, where the TV itself will boast of a streamlined stand studded with shimmering crystals that are complemented by the brilliant, precise colors of the OLED’s self-lighting pixels. In other words, this uniquely advanced TV will exude a sense of elegance that is beyond compare.

Not only that, the curved OLED TV itself is already an engineering marvel by its own right, sporting a paper-thin depth of a mere 4mm while tipping the scales at just 16kg. It might be rather difficult to concentrate on the movie that is being shown though, as the curved OLED TV showcases Swarovski’s finest crystals, leaving your Gollum-like eyes to wander after your “precious”. Basically, around 460 luminescent Aurora Borealis crystals of three different sizes (SS8, 10 and 12) were applied (by hand, no less) to the TV thanks to specially made stencils.

No idea on pricing, but this particular curved OLED TV with Swarovski crystals all over the place will adhere to the following rule of thumb – if you have got to ask, you can’t afford it!

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