LG Gets red dot Best of the Best Award for Curved OLED TV
The red dot 2013 design awards have been assigned. The red dot jury was busy looking at 4,662 products. 1,065 products got a red dot award, but only 58 products got the highest award: the red dot: best of the best. One of the red dot best of the best winners is the LG curved OLED TV.
First unveiled at the CES 2013, LG’s curved OLED TV (model EA9800) introduces a unique design that capitalizes on the thinness of the display and the aesthetic beauty of the technology itself. The unique EA9800 features the industry’s very first ergonomically curved screen design with vivid picture quality. It has a gentle inward flex, making the entire screen surface equidistant from the viewer’s eyes. This eliminates screen-edge visual distortion and loss of detail.
The curved OLED TV provides a more comfortable and immersive viewing experience as well as a remarkably clear image. The innovative design boldly pushes past conventional perceptions of what a display should be. LG’s design team integrated the innovative Crystal Stand to cleverly conceal elements of the product not directly relevant to the screen. This has the effect of further enhancing the already immersive environment created by LG’s CINEMA SCREEN Design which is defined by a bezel so thin that it is practically invisible to the naked eye, eliminating any distraction to the action on the screen.
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