At least that’s what LG and Xiaomi thinks so. The Koreans and the Chinese believe that it is high time for transparent TVs to appear in our bedrooms. Recently, Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition went on sale, and now LG has similar plans.
Before you, the 55-inch transparent OLED Smart Bed screen. According to the intention of its creators, the device is to be built into the bed and slide out of it at our command or when we get up to work. What information will it display. LG boasts that we will be able to see the current date and time on the screen, as well as notifications from friends and sleep quality data. Of course, you won’t take the opportunity to watch movies either.
The attribute of the transparent 55-inch display by the bed is the fact that this transparency will not give the impression of being overwhelmed. Currently, the large TV screen in the bedroom looks like an additional wardrobe. Even when we hang the TV on the wall, it will still cover most of the wall on which we can hang much more interesting paintings.
Koreans also want to use such inventions in restaurants or the subway. There, transparent displays will be used by customers to choose dishes from the menu, and passengers to choose the route quickly and easily. If we also use voice assistants in such TVs, the idea of improving people’s ability to interact with the latest technology will increase significantly.
The OLED Smart Bed is a 55-inch OLED TV with a 120Hz refresh rate, 150,000: 1 static contrast ratio and 93% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage. The board includes a MediaTek 9650 processor with over 20 AI optimization algorithms and as many as 5 main usage scenarios.
LG has not disclosed its price yet, but as we remember well, the almost identical Xiaomi Mi TV LUX OLED Transparent Edition was valued at about PLN 27,000. So far, there is no information whether this work of electronic art will appear in Poland. Let’s add that the first transparent TV was presented by LG a few years ago, but the Korean company has not yet decided to officially sell it. This may change now.
Source: GeekWeek.pl/LG / Photo. LG
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