Published on Jan 7, 2013
LG OLED TV 55em9700 Available Spring 2013
LG OLED TV 55em9700 Review: Is the LG OLED TV 55em9700 worth it?
I have seen the future of television and video gaming, and it's the LG OLED TV 55em9700 .
The LG OLED 55em9700 TV is stunning in every sense of the word and it's big, so is the price.
Once you see the screen you will be drawn in. It's absolutely mesmerizing. The colors are amazing and the resolution unbelievable, even at high speed, which makes the LG OLED 55em9700 TV the video gaming platform of the 21st Century. It will dramatically raise our standards of home entertainment.
To watch the LG OLED 55em9700 TV is like stepping into a full color spectrum fantasy and makes me wonder if this is what it's like to be tripping on acid. In a word, The LG OLED 55em9700 is jaw dropping, awe inspiring.
The LG OLED 55em9700 TV is so dazzling everyone will fall in love with it. The LG OLED 55em9700 TV brings a new level of realism to video gaming that you will have to see to believe. Movies, sports, video games are more real than life. It has to be experienced to be believed.
Here are the LG OLED 55em9700 TV specs:
1.) 55inch screen that is thin as a pencil.
2.) Dazzling Organic Light-Emitting Diode technology, the only one of its kind.
3.) Graceful Design, the screen appears to float in space.
4.) Weighs a mere 16 pounds.
5.) Made of the same materials as aircraft.
6.) Can be wall mounted.
7.) Costs around $10K.
Although the LG OLED 55em9700 TV isn't perfect, it's about as close as technology can take us.
There is a weakness in the LG OLED 55em9700 TV you should be aware of before you purchase. The screen can suffer burn-in or ghosts. When an image remains on the screen for a very long time, I don't know how long, it will damage the Organic Light-Emitting Diode layer and essentially burn into the screen leaving a hazy, ghost image that will not go away. LG says this is only a risk if you watch a lot of stations that have a static logo.
Pros and Cons of the LG OLED 55em9700 TV:
• Mind blowing, unmatched color, detail and realism in movies, sports and video gaming.
• Status. You'll be very popular on game day and all your video gamer friends will make excuses to hang around your place.
• Could be a chick magnet or dude magnet if played right.
• Pricey at around $10K
• Might suffer burn-in.
• New technology may have bugs.
The LG OLED 55em9700 TV is a wonder toy of the 21st Century, but it is still just a toy. If you can drop $10K without missing it, buy one and enjoy. You'll be the talk of your neighborhood, the office and the football pool, and you'll have a perfect reason to invite someone special over to the house.
However, I would not go in debt for the LG OLED 55em9700 TV and I would not deny my children or significant other for one either.
LG, the South Korean Electronics manufacturer, appears to have taken the lead in the lucrative and fiercely contested market of large screen Organic Light Emitting Diode televisions. LG has begun taking orders for the South Korean market but has had problems with quality control.
Until now, it has been extremely challenging for any electronic manufacturer to produce a large screen OLED TV. Even now, it is rumored that only 10% of the OLED screens rolling off the assembly line are acceptable. However, apparently, LG is optimistic that they can overcome this limitation as they have committed $600 million to the future of OLED big screen TV technology.
"We believe that OLED will usher in a whole new era of home entertainment. Not since color TV was first introduced 60 years ago has there been a more transformational moment. When high definition TV was first introduced 15 years ago, the public's reaction was 'wow!' but when customers see our razor-thin OLED TV for the first time, they're left speechless." Havis Kwon, CEO of LG's Home Entertainment Company (press release).
As mentioned earlier, Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) emits its own light when an electric charge is passed through it. This technology eliminates backlighting and allows for a much thinner screen than proceeding technologies such as plasma screens or Light Emitting Diodes (LCD).
LG's first model of this sort was introduced in 2012 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. At the time, Samsung has a similar model. LG's first introduction was the LG OLED TV 55em9600 (as compared with this year's model 55em9700).
The LG OLED TV 55em9700 is expected to be available in the US in the spring of 2013 and cost between $10,000 and $12,000.
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