LG's OLED W7 is the company's top-of-the-line OLED TV for 2017. The TV (which comes in either 65" or 77") is extremely thin (2.57 mm all the way) and attaches to the wall using magnets. A thin cable on the bottom connects to the sound bar. Other features include a 4K resolution, HDR support (to four different standards), WebOS 3.5 and Dolby Atmos sound.


The OLEDW7 TVs cost $7,999 for the 65" model and around $30,000 for the 77" model (it is now shipping in Korea only).

OLED type: 

65"/77" 4K OLED panels



The cables still have to

The cables still have to leave the TV somewhere. Unless you install them inside of your walls. But then - that has always been an option with any TV.

More importantly maybe - they have to connect somewhere. Maybe they'll have a proprietary, thin cable mounted to the panel, so that no regular HDMI connector or whatever is necessary... Will be interesting to see what the shipped configuration looks like.

This video shows how the

This video shows how the cables connect in the signage-commercial version of this TV...

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