Earlier today, in an exclusive event at the newly-opened Nation Museum of Natural History, LG unveiled its newest innovation, the 77″ OLED Wallpaper TV (W8) with one of the museum’s most notable landmarks, the tree of life providing an ideal backdrop for the occasion.
At only 2.57mm thin, and 77 inches wide, the W8 actually looks more of a window than a TV in a living room, and promises to deliver an unmatched home entertainment experience. It covers every aspect of picture quality, from color, to sharpness and brightness, to deep blacks and superior contrast.
The W8’s A9 processor, allows users to view every bit of detail the way they’re meant to be seen. It’s also equipped with AI features through the ThinQ platform, which means users can control it using various voice commands.
To showcase the W8’s capabilities, LG also did a preview of a video that was commissioned for the museum, as part of its campaign to spread awareness and educate. Shot on 4K by underwater photographer and videographer Noel Guevara, the video highlights the rich marine life and coral reefs at Balicasag Island in Bohol.
In its aim of promoting a more holistic and interactive experience for the museum’s visitors, LG also donated one 65-inch OLED TV (E8) , one 55-inch OLED TV (C8) and one 55-inch UHD TV. To which Mr. Jeremy Barns, the Director of the National Museum of the Philippines, wholeheartedly expressed his gratitude for.
As part of its 30th anniversary, LG is also giving away a number of awesome prizes. Until September 2, 2018, every purchase of any LG OLED TV entitles customers to one digital raffle entry. There are thirty prizes up for grabs, including one 77-inch LG OLED Wallpaper TV (W8), one 55-inch Super UHD TV, two 43-inch UHD TV’s, five SK5 Soundbars, eleven PK5 Portable Speakers and ten Netflix Premium memberships (valid for three months). For more information, click here.