LG's spunky retro TV has rabbit ears, volume knob
The glossy orange 14-inch set doesn't just look it belongs in a living room on "That '70s Show"; it uses trusty old cathode ray tube technology.
All that talk of fancy 3D TVs making you long for your simple old analog set? LG is out with a bulky, retro-styled set that features rabbit ears, detachable chrome legs, and functional knobs for changing the channel and volume. You can even switch between full-color, black-and-white, and sepia modes.
But the glossy orange 14-inch set doesn't just look like it belongs in a living room on "That '70s Show"; it uses trusty old cathode ray tube, or CRT, technology with a 4:3 aspect ratio.
The LG Serie 1 Retro Classic TV does have some modern flourishes, however, including a digital tuner, composite video input, and wireless remote (though for authenticity, we would have preferred a remote with a 30-foot cable).
Sadly, this charming set is available only in Korea at the moment, selling for 249,000 Korean won (about $216). At least we nostalgic types can still hope for the release of the.