They say that good things come to those who wait – well, I am quite sure that many of us living in the US would have been floored by what LG has offered in the past edition of CES, and finally, after close to a couple of months of waiting, both pricing as well as availability for the first of its 2015 4K ULTRA HD (UHD) TV models have been revealed – which means it is time to break the bank account and treat your eyes to a whole new level of TV viewing experience.
Leading the charge for this year’s lineup would be the LG 4K UHD OLED TV, which has received a whole lot of praise by the masses, as it is touted to deliver the best picture ever by virtue of its perfect blacks and brighter, crisper images for infinite contrast. There is also a slew of other new 2015 models available this coming spring, including LG’s PRIME UHD LED TV – a premium tier above the company’s ULTRA HD TV featuring LG “ColorPrime” wider color gamut technology which offers a broader range of colors for a truly premium, cinema-like experience.
LG’s 65-inch class (64.5 inches measured diagonally) 65EG9600 Art Slim Curved 4K OLED will arrive later this April for a whopping $8,999, where the revolutionary technology used delivers a breathtaking picture with perfect blacks and incredible color, even from wide viewing angles. The 65EG9600 will merge the intense detail of 4K ULTRA HD alongside the superior contrast and rich, accurate color that OLED provides, resulting in the ultimate in picture quality. Not only that, LG’s Art Slim design philosophy will also make sure that the TV itself complements just about any interior décor. If you are on a tighter budget, the LG 55EC9300 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal) OLED TV can be yours for $3,499.
LG’s PRIME UHD TV, an all-new premium line of 4K UHD LED TVs featuring LG “ColorPrime” technology, Ultra Luminance, 4K In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel and the LG Prime Mastering Engine, will make sure that you and your guests are treated to a truly premium, cinema-like experience. All of the new models mentioned will arrive with LG’s webOS 2.0, the award-winning Smart TV platform that is touted to make accessing content even simpler and faster.