We are talking about a 42-inch screen, the size of which indicates a TV, but in fact it is aimed at the most demanding audience on the market: the gamer audience.
Its features are the definition of premium.
With a 4K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and a response time of just 0.1ms, this is a high-end display that will beautifully frame any gaming rig or console. Hidden inside is an AI α9 Gen5e processor, supports HDR10, VRR, Dolby Vision IQ and Filmmaker Mode, while in terms of sound, AI Sound Pro / AI Sound, AI Acoustic Tuning, Dolby Atmos and Virtual Surround 7.1.2 create a unique scene. Connectivity options include HDMI 2.1 and USB ports, as well as Wi-Fi 6E.
However, as impressive as the above is, it pales in comparison to the great innovation that OLED Flex introduced: variable curvature. The screen, as you can see, has the ability to go from completely flat to curved with a maximum curvature of 900R. Between them, it supports up to 20 different levels of curvature, while allowing the user to choose the level that best suits his desire as well as the environmental conditions (lighting, type of game, etc.) by pressing a button (on the remote control) that came with the monitor).
LG avoided excesses in design. OLED Flex has strict lines (which, however, stand out thanks to the lighting that is also synchronized with the sound), an elegant base and incredibly thin bezels. As far as the first is concerned, it is quite sturdy (reasonably, because not only the large dimensions but also the screen weight of 22.6 kg) offers the ability to adjust the height to 14 mm and tilt to the tenth forward and backwards. Notably, the OLED Flex comes with 40W speakers that blast sound forward.
As for the price? In the US, the LG OLED Flex is priced at around $2,500, which is a somewhat “tender” amount compared to the price of a “simple” OLED at 42 inches. But we said: an excellent option …
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