LG's 15-inch OLED Has Dazzling Screen, Beauteous Case

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Have you seen Sony's 11-inch OLED TV in person? The screen is fine and everything, but its design is awkward—as if vomited up by an engineer and never reassessed. LG's 15-inch OLED, however, is at least trying.


The design is both clever and functional, with the display's ports tucked behind the monitor in some sort of cross between a folded piece of paper and a photo frame. In turn, the necessarily hardware becomes its own stand, and the display can tilt, too (not that the viewing angle on most OLEDs is necessarily lacking).

LG's premium OLED will be released in Korea this November. And don't be surprised if/when you see a $2000+ pricetag on the thing. [Flickr via OLED Info and Engadget]


Are you basing the words "Dazzling Screen" on the assessment of the art-department-created promotional photo? I hope not. There isn't one print ad for any screen that honestly *shows* the *actual* image produced. Used to be they had to add a disclaimer, but that law is history. As this item probably is still in pre-production, there are no "actual photos" anyway.