LG shows off 'borderless TVs' at IFA

Already announced for North America, Europe gets its turn.

LG borderless TV
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BERLIN--LG rolled out its recently announced "borderless" TVs here at IFA on Thursday for all the cameras.

They were introduced in North America at the end of July. By "borderless" they essentially mean it's an HDTV without any noticeable bezel. Using an injection compressed molding and special laminating process, the TV does have a bezel, but it's very small, is flush with the TV, and has no space between it and the screen. It's just like the "edge-to-edge" glass concept on Apple's MacBook Pro, but much larger.

See our previous post on it here .

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