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LG's first 2018 C8 and E8 TVs are here to prove OLED is finally mainstream

5 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

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LG's has launched its first new OLED TVs in 2018. The C8 and E8 are both 4K HDR TVs with absolute black levels and LG's new Alpha 9 video processor. Both models are available in the US and Europe starting today. Current prices are as follows:
LG C8 55-inch: $2,500
LG C8 65-inch: $3,500
LG C8 75-inch: $9,000
LG E8 55-inch: $3,000
LG E8 65-inch: $4,000
Apart from new Google Assistant integration for voice commands, the a9 is the key differentiator from last year's models. LG claims this artificial intelligence processor reduces what few significant picture-quality weaknesses OLED tech...
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