LG OLED is a great family gift from Best Buy

https://i2.wp.com/www.wolfatbestbuy.com/sites/default/files/LG_OLED_Infill_smaller%20file%202.jpg

Best Buy’s everyday price of $3499.99 (save $500).

 

Discover LG OLED TV – The Ultimate Display!

What is OLED TV?

The stunning design of LG OLED TV is only 0.21″ thick at its thinnest point. Picture quality is spectacular, with Infinite Contrast that ranges from the most blazing whites to the deepest blacks. And, LG’s exclusive 4 Color Pixel technology delivers bright, vibrant colors. Learn more here: LGOLEDatBestbuy.com

Your first kiss. A baby’s first steps. The majesty of a desert sunset. Some things in life defy all explanation and must be experienced to be believed. Such is the case with LG’s latest display technology. With deeper and richer colors, stunning contrast and ingeniously curved screens, it is unlike any technology you’ve ever seen, and it delivers a picture that exceeds your wildest imagination.

LG  55EC9300 SKU# 7846019 – OLED TV

·         Infinite contrast ratio and stunning color – delivers more natural, lifelike viewing.

·         4 Color Pixel technology enhances color range and accuracy.

·         Super thin design (consider how to show visually)

·         Find content faster with webOS

The LG 55EC9300 OLED TV’s picture betters that of any LCD or plasma TV, with perfect black levels and exceedingly bright whites. It’s equally adept in bright and dark rooms, showed accurate color, and looks better from off-angle than any LED LCD. Its 1080p resolution is plenty for a 55-inch screen. The TV looks striking in person, with organic curves and an insane 0.25-inch depth on most of its body. The screen itself is curved and incredibly thin, measuring less than 0.2 inches along the chrome-framed edges. The display is nearly completely bezel-free, with only a hint of silver peeking out as a millimeter-thick border. It thickens to about two inches at the middle third of the panel to hold all of the electronics necessary to run it. Because the edges are so thin, the EC9300 has to be moved by the base and middle part to avoid risk of damage. Three HDMI ports and three USB ports sit on the back of the screen, facing left. A fourth HDMI port, an antenna/cable connection, component and composite inputs (3.5mm ports with adapters), an optical audio output, and an Ethernet port face downwards. A combination power button and control stick sits on the lower-right corner of the back of the screen. The ports and control stick are all located inward, on the thicker part of the display that houses the electronics; the side thirds of the screen are nothing but slim, flat OLED panel. LG remains remarkably consistent with its connected HDTV remote design. The EC9300 uses the same Magic Remote the company’s other high-end screens have used for years. It’s a curved wand with a prominent navigation pad surrounding a clickable scroll wheel. It has relatively few buttons, with Home, Voice Search, Live TV, Back, and Power buttons surrounding the navigation pad and four color buttons, Volume Up/Down, Channel Up/Down, Input, 3D, and Mute buttons below it. The remote doubles as an air mouse, moving an on-screen pointer with a wave of the hand. The combination of navigation pad and motion controls makes it simple to jump between different menu selections, though it’s easy to inadvertently switch between them by moving the remote too much while you’re clicking buttons.

The LG 55EC9300 lives up to the promise of OLED with the best picture quality of any TV that I’ve seen.

The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s