Where did the TV set go? The LG OLED Objet Collection has turned it into a work of art, available in two models — Easel and Posé — to match any décor. As its name suggests, Easel resembles an easel used for painting or displaying art; a fitting form factor for showcasing the magnificent colors and contrast of LG’s self-lit display tech. It also has a moveable fabric cover that can be controlled with the remote. When set to Line View, the cover slides up — reducing the amount of screen visible and giving users access to useful features and modes such as Date & Clock and Audio Player. Meanwhile, Posé has gently curved edges and comes in a soothing, muted beige color. In addition to looking stylish from any angle, the TV provides stunning OLED Evo picture quality that remains perfectly consistent when viewed from practically any vantage point. And when it’s not being used for watching movies or shows, Posé can be switched to Gallery Mode; enabling users to display artwork or photos on LG’s self-lit digital canvas, instantly transforming their space into a refined art gallery; LG.com.
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