LG Electronics USA Business Solutions has introduced the OLED ‘Wallpaper’ Hotel TV – a new razor-thin display that is designed to lie flush against the wall. The 65-inch class OLED Wallpaper Hotel TV (model 65EV960H) combines LG’s hotel TV Pro:Idiom® digital rights management system and Pro:Centric® Smart applications platform with the image quality of the LG Signature OLED TV. The purpose for the OLED ‘Wallpaper’ hotel TV is to elevate the luxury hotel guest experience and create lasting impressions. The 65EV960H delivers a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic along with vibrant images and immersive details that LCD displays cannot produce. This is due to the OLED ability to turn pixels completely on or off and allows for LG OLED TVs to render perfect black levels and create truly lifelike images.
At just 3.86mm (0.15 inches) thin, the 65EV960H can be easily installed in luxury hotel suites using ultra-slim mounting brackets with a magnetic mat. Its electrical components are housed in the device’s Media Box, connected through an ultra-thin flat cable. The Ultra HD OLED display can be seen from wide viewing angles, so guests can enjoy the TV’s rich picture regardless of their seat in the room. The 65EV960H also supports high dynamic range (HDR) formats, including HDR 10, Dolby Vision and HLG. The TV’s 4K upscaler enhances the details and colors of non-4K content on the screen’s 8 million-plus pixels. The 65EV960H also incorporates Dolby Atmos sound, allowing viewers to hear surround sound with overhead audio.
The new 65-inch LG OLED Wallpaper Hotel TV joins 55- and 65-inch class LG OLED hotel TVs (models 65EW960H and 55EW960H, respectively) for a premium in-room guest experience. In addition, a host of LG OLED commercial displays are available for hotel public spaces. They include Dual-View Curved Tiling, Dual-View Flat, Video Wall, Open Frame, Wallpaper Digital Signage and In-Glass Wallpaper LG OLED displays.
PMA Research, the analyst firm that specializes in market data for the display industry, has reported that sales of OLED displays through the US distribution channel increased six fold in 2Q2017 compared to 2Q2016. Nearly all were consumer-grade models. Sony and LG are the leading brands in the space.