LG’s other OLED TVs for the not-so-rich are still amazing
LG's Poster thin W TV maybe the one turning heads from the 2017 OLED blime.
But at about $10,000, it's more likely to make heads spin.
So what TVs can the rest of us from LG this year?
One of the other incredible 2017 LED Tv's in the line-up.
And trust me, they are quite the consolation prize.
Now don't expect them to be dirt cheap, but at least you have a broad range to choose from depending on the size and the series.
You have the G7, the E7, the C7, the B7.
All have super slim four [UNKNOWN] that are 25% brighter than last year's models.
With better colors, HDR support and Dolby Atmos sound.
The E7 you see here has its own dedicated sound bar for richer audio and picture on glass display that's thinner than a ball point pen, at least on the top.
And for the best bang for your buck there's the B series, if picture quality is all that matters to you.
It's the most affordable Ola TV of the bunch while still sparing no expenses when it comes to displays.
Same 4k screen on a blazing canvas in 55 or 65 inch models.
What you will sacrifice.
This is mostly audio related.
Note that it is missing that sound bar at the bottom.
So unless you have a few years to wait around for that W7 to go down in price, this may be the line that makes you pull the trigger on that 4K upgrade.
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