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CES 2017: LG's booth has super-thin TVs, robots, a tunnel of 4K TVs, and more


NewsHubCES 2017 is coming to a close today, so it’s time to show off some highlights of the show. One of those was LG’s booth, where there was everything from a tunnel of 4K TVs, to robots, to levitating speakers.
When first entering the massive booth, to the left is the LG tunnel. When you walk in, you’re surrounded by a series of curved, 55-inch 4K TVs. It’s an immersive experience, and I wished I had a 360-degree camera to record it with; instead, you’ll just have to settle for standard imaging.
But that’s just the first experience at the booth. Next is a new 4K HDR OLED TV, which the company says is the width of four credit cards. Announced at CES, you can actually buy it right now from Best Buy. The 65-inch TV isn’t cheap though, coming in at $7,999.99.
There are also the new Nano Cell TVs, which were also announced at the event. We’ve all had an experience where multiple people are watching a TV and those off to the sides have trouble seeing it. LG claims to solve that with Nano Cell technology.
From the front, the top and bottom displays look the same, but the difference from an angle is obvious. You can check out more of this in the video at the end of this article.

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