LG OLED Flex, Posé and StanbyME Lifestyle screens are unleashed on the US market
LG has unveiled the latest developments in its display tech products for the home and otherwise at the ongoing CEDIA Expo 2022, its latest releases for US consumers included. They include TVs that integrate into more unusual and unique form-factors than ever before, not to mention that world-first flat OLED monitor that can be bent through 20 levels of curvature until it becomes a 900R display instead.
LG has now revealed that the 42-inch OLED Flex, also known as the LX3 or 42LX3QPUA, has a recommended price of US$2,999. Those looking for something slightly more affordable, yet making for a diverting viewing experience in a different way, could consider the LG Posé Lifestyle TV (or LX1) instead.
Its OLED panel is built into a beige and "effortlessly elegant" stand that makes it look like an ultra-high-end whiteboard (although it may not move like one). Looking beyond this 'decor-forward' design, it also boasts the OEM's latest evo technology and runs on an up-to-date α9 Gen5 AI Processor for "superior clarity, detail, contrast and color".
The LX1 comes in 48-inch (48LX1QPUA) and 55-inch (55LX1QPUA) SKUs, priced at US$1,699 and US$1,999 respectively. Those looking for a TV built to look like it belongs in a fancy clinic instead could now look at the StanbyME Lifestyle TV, which has also now been released to the US in its single 27Art10 SKU for US$999.
LG does have 'normal' TVs to showcase at CEDIA Expo 2022 as well - although they are of the super-sized variety. They include the OLED97G2, which with its eponymous 97-inch dimensions is now the largest variant of the OLED G2 evo Gallery Edition series.
Those specs put it at a staggering cost of US$24,999 in its new market. The US' latest LG TVs are to become available through the OEM's webstore or its authorized retailers in October 2022, with the exception of the OLED97G2 and 55LX1QPUA that can be ordered from now and the 48LX1QPUA that will not be released until November.