LG is pretty hellbent on making the coolest TV’s possible. The company recently launched the Rollable TV, which has an OLED display that rolls like a piece of paper and vanishes into a cool-looking desk. It costs a tear-jerking $100,000 or about Rs. 80,00,000 lakh right now. Let’s forget the price trauma and move on to better things in life.

A person watching content on LG's new wireless smart TV.

This year, LG Launched the M3 OLED Smart TV, which features the company’s Zero Connect tech. You get a 97-inch 4K OLED canvas for watching cringe TV shows, but at a 120Hz refresh rate. If you’re worried about latency, well LG claims that the wireless signal travels at thrice the speed of what you would expect from Wi-Fi 6.

LG's wireless smart TV and the connection box placed on a table.

For all your cable needs, however, there’s a portable control box that has I/O options like HDMI, USB, Ethernet, and satellite set-top box TV link. All the video and video feed is beamed in real-time wirelessly from the box to the TV.

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