Hey everybody, I'm here at CES 2019 in LG's cool suite at the Mandalay Hotel.
This is an 8K all LED television, the first one available in the market later this year.
No price yet, it's gonna be really expensive but hey, it's an 8K TV.
And you also might have noticed it's pretty gigantic.
This TV is 88 inches diagonal that is really really big there are some larger TV's but for an OLED TV the biggest ever and of course the highest resolution the 8K of course is no 8K content today 8K has dubious picture quality improvements even with the a TV this large but this is an OLED tv which has the best picture of any technology we have ever tested this is TV is expected to be a spectacular performer.
It's got this cool stand here.
It's actually part of the television itself.
It's a little rectangular silver thing.
Of course, you can pop the TV off and wall mount it if you want.
Look around back there's speakers pointing up, and there's also a cool little flange on the bottom here to send that sound out into the room.
It's a pretty nice overall design on this TV itself, very minimal is expect from [UNKNOWN] TV.
LG says it improved the video processing on this set a little bit.
It's added some AI to the secret sauce there.
It also has the ability to get some more noise reduction out of this set.
So again we expect very good picture.
Of course [INAUDIBLE] was stratospherically expensive.
So let's say you can't fit an 88 inch Olet and you still want 8K from LG.
They're selling an LCD TV.
This guy is 75 inches.
It's actually the smallest LCD we've seen so far in the United States announced for AK resolution.
Again, you get all of it's processing and everything but the pictures not gonna be nearly as good cuz it's an LCD based television.
Should be pretty decent but, again, we'll have to know when we check it out.
LG is also selling standard 4K versions of it's Olay TVs.
This is the E series it's got a new design here the bottom's nice and clear they're also putting in some cool new features this year including the ability to work with these clip speakers with a new Wi-Fi standard that allows it to actually play full 5.1 surround sound without any wires.
The set also has that improved processor, and LG says that it can work now this year with Alexa and Google Assistant, so you've got both of those digital systems on the TV at the same time.
You long press on the Amazon button and you get Alexa on the TV itself, first time that's ever been done.
You're looking at LGs E9.
This is a standard Olet television as in 4K resolution not 8K.
65 inch here.
There's also 55 inch size and 77 inch size in some series.
LG hasn't made too many changes since the previous Is here, they improve the processing a little bit but this is a pretty standard LG TV LG is not toward pricing yet this year but you know you do expect to be relatively expensive just by how it was last year again one of the best performing TV you have ever tested, LG also make a couple of improvement to its smart TV system they have the ability now to interphase with the smart home devices that are compatible with the [UNKNOWN] you can pop this smart home screen in here and drive around ana control things like light and thermostats.
LG says there's plenty in the compatible list here so that's a nice new addition.
You can also mouse over the Netflix icon here.
You can see shows pop right up, individual shows you can jump right into.
There's also the ability to rearrange the apps themselves as LG can automatically sense which apps you use the most and move those to the front of the line.
Thais a quick look at LG's 8K and 4K OLED TV's are CES 2019 David Cass Mark for CNET.
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