The world’s first completely wireless OLED TV is completely off the hook

The world’s first completely wireless OLED TV is completely off the hook

The world’s first completely wireless OLED TV is completely off the hook

Wireless TVs aren’t completely a sci-fi idea – LG is showing off a 97-inch wireless OLED at CES 2023, where it was one of the most eye-catching elements of the company’s crowded stand. But far away in a quiet, secluded corner of the Las Vegas Convention Center’s crowded Central Hall is something perhaps more intriguing: a 55-inch, completely wireless 4K OLED TV.

Completely wireless as in no wires – not even a power cable (which LG’s 97-inch wireless OLED has). Move the TV has created a screen that runs on four rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, giving you a month of six hours of viewing a day before a recharge is needed. The TV, wireless base station, batteries, and charger are priced at $3,000 for the bundle, and you can buy four TVs from the company for $9,000.

Why would you want four wireless Displace TVs? Because you can combine them to create a 110-inch 8K TV. The sets have top-mounted cameras that track hand movements, and by using a pinch-and-expand gesture, you can get an image displayed on one of the screens to expand it to fill all four. (The Displace TV wireless base station, which streams to screens via Wi-Fi 6E, has multiple video inputs to allow simultaneous viewing of different sources, and it also has a Smart TV interface.)

Side view of Displace TV on a white wall

Angled view of the Displace TV panel. Note the battery slots (top and bottom) and side handles for assembly and disassembly. Also note the screen glare. (Image credit: future)

Witnessing this pinch-and-expand function was kind of mind-blowing, but what was even cooler was being able to watch a wall-mounted TV.

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