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TVs are getting more and more advanced as this year goes on. We’ve seen curved screens, OLED panels and 4K pixel density popping up all over the place, from a bunch of different brands. But we haven’t seen all three in one TV that you can actually go out and buy. LG’s newest top-of-the-line 65-inch EC970T panel is curved, has a ridiculously high-res Ultra HD 4K resolution, and uses unique OLED tech for infinite contrast — and it is, at the moment, the perfect TV.
We’ve talked in the last couple of years about the ceaseless march of R&D when it comes to the displays on TV, and the downsides that come with it. 4K is new, OLED is new, curved panels are new — and they’re (almost) never seen in the same TV. If you don’t know which is the superior tech, and which to choose for your next TV, don’t worry. LG has made the right decision for you — all of them.
Gizmodo Video Guide: Picking the right size TV might seem difficult, but it’s easy once you know the rules that determine the best screen for your living space.
Gizmodo Video Guide: You now have choice of everything from app stores on your TV, through to Smart TVs and the option of 3D support. What does it all mean? Make sure you’re up to speed before your next big screen investment.
Gizmodo Video Guide: Dedicated to producing great audio, Soundbars and SoundPlates make shows, movies and games all sound better than any TV on its own. Here’s what you need to know.
Gizmodo Video Guide: One of the factors you need to consider when buying a new big screen TV is whether or not you want to get into Ultra HD (4K) resolutions. But what exactly does that mean? This beginner’s guide is a great place to start.
Gizmodo Video Guide: When you’re wall-mounting a TV, there are a few mistakes that are easy to make. If you can avoid them, then your new TV will look great on your wall. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s hard to know the ideal time to upgrade one’s TV. Usually, you just wait until it breaks down out of warranty, but if a good deal for a larger screen pops up, it’s OK to consider a replacement based purely on inches. Bing Lee is currently offering a great price on Samsung’s 60-inch Series 6 3D LED TV, if you have a spare $1500 you don’t mind parting with.
Samsung’s new 105-inch curved Ultra HD LED TV is coming to Australia. That’s the big news from today’s IFA 2014 press conference, where company big-wigs talked about Samsung’s mission to make curved TVs the next big thing in households around the world. LG is on board as well, with its own line-up of curved TVs on show here in Berlin.