CES 2021, which was this year’s biggest Virtual IT event, saw the launch of various futuristic and high-end consumer products. One such was LG’s newest and premium OLED TV. The TV comes with the new Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI processor that adapts its on-screen output dynamically based on the displayed content.
It also supports Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, and HDR10 PRO across the board. The manufacturer has provided HDMI 2.1 ports with eARC and VRR. There are three variants of the device, A1, G1, and C1. They all offer 55-, 65- and 77-inch models, A1 and C1 also come in 48-inch variants, and the top-end C1 model comes in 83-inch C1 (OLED83C1PUA).
According to reports, the OLED48C1PUB is set for US$1,499. The lowest-end A1 series comes for $3,199 which is a viable option for many. The most premium model which is the OLED83C1PUA comes for $5,999.
Then again, they may be in for a bit of a wait, as that variant is not to become available until May 2021. Those that are available to buy now can be ordered from LG’s US website.