There are only a few weeks left until CES 2022 and we are sure that soon there will be a lot of news about the latest OLED, mini LED and micro LED TVs. Will be published. However, before the news broke, LG had announced an early announcement to buyers of the two TVs, which are set to launch next year in addition to products scheduled for release. Know CES.
The LG StanbyME is a 27-inch TV that can be operated wirelessly with a battery and rotated on an adjustable stand. You can even remove this TV from its base and put it somewhere else. When the TV is attached to the stand, it can rotate or tilt or be in portrait mode.
LG says the StanbyME can last up to three hours on a single charge; Therefore, you should not worry about turning it off when playing the movie; Because it can easily show one or two movies. However, if you are planning to watch feature films such as The Lord of the Rings, keep in mind that the TV must be plugged in. LG does not make 27-inch old panels; As a result, we see the use of LCD screens in this product. The company has not yet shared details about the resolution or other features such as HDR.
StanbyME has a touch screen interface and offers streaming apps like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video and YouTube. Also, from NFC Will support. Also, a port USB and at least one HDMI input Built for this TV. The back also has a fabric cover.
LG has also introduced the Objet. This OLED TV product has an attractive design that leans against the wall instead of being mounted or placed on traditional bases. The fabric cover under the 65-inch screen can be raised or lowered with the remote control. According to Alji, this fabric is interchangeable and is available in three colors, all of which are the work of “Danish fabric innovators, Quadrat”.
Like the Rolling OLED TV, it offers a variety of modes. Various modes such as Full View and Line View (display of widgets such as weather and music) are embedded for this TV. It looks like Objet LG’s attempt to take over more of Samsung’s “lifestyle” TVs The Frame.
Objet uses the Evo OLED panel, first introduced in the G21 series in 2021, and offers higher maximum brightness than older LG OLEDs. In the audio section, an 80-watt 4.2-channel audio system is installed in the device. LG is currently providing price or release details for StanbyME Or Objet has not announced.