No word on price
LG has unveiled an interesting 55-inch OLED TV at CES 2013 that has a slight curve to the design. LG says that the curve to the screen is intended to make the entire screen surface equidistant from the viewers eyes. According to LG, the curve of the screen resolves issues with screen-edge visual distortion and the loss of detail.
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The TV uses LG's proprietary WRGB technology and has an impressively thin profile. LG's WRGB technology uses traditional red, green, and blue pixels along with a fourth white pixel for improved color reproduction and contrast. The TV is called the EA9800.
LG has offered no details on when the TV will be available or how much it will cost. Other OLED TVs on the market with similarly sized screens sell for over $10,000. This TV also features smart TV technology and 3-D capability.