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LG’s stunningly thin OLED TVs will start at $8,000

LG’s stunningly thin OLED TVs will start at $8,000


The price you pay for thinness

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LG’s stupidly thin Signature 4K OLED W series has finally been given a price, and it will put a dent in your bank account. As first reported by TechRadar, retailer B&H has released pricing on most of LG’s 2017 TV lineup, and the 2.57-millimeter-thick, 65-inch W series TV will cost $7,996, with the larger 77-inch version coming in at a staggering $19,996.

LG SJ9 soundbar

One could argue that price is justified given just how amazing the TV actually is — it’s so thin the actual components that power the TV are housed in the Dolby Atmos soundbar that comes with it. The W series supports every HDR standard (HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG, and Advanced HDR by Technicolor) and runs on WebOS 3.5.

B&H also released pricing on LG’s C and E Series TVs, and so far the cheapest one comes in at $2,500. It’s probably smart to start saving now.

James Bareham

An early look at LG OLED 4K TVs