LG announces US pricing and availability for its 2021 4K OLED TVs
LG introduced its newest lines of OLED TV at CES 2021. These premium devices are powered by the OEM's latest Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI processor, which is rated to adapt its on-screen output dynamically based on the content to be displayed. The TVs also support features such as Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos and HDR10 PRO across the board.
They also benefit from HDMI 2.1 ports with eARC and VRR. These 2021 big-screens are distributed across 3 lines this year: A1, G1, and C1. They all offer 55-, 65- and 77-inch models, in addition to A1 and C1 48-inch variants, not to mention the top-end 83-inch C1 model (OLED83C1PUA).
They also now have US pricing: for example, the award-winning OLED48C1PUB is set at US$1,499. Therefore, those in search of more of a bargain could now opt for the lowest-end A1 series, which tops out at $3,199 for the OLED77A1PUA. On the other hand, those with cash they feel they can burn could opt for the most premium OLED83C1PUA at $5,999.
Then again, they may be in for a bit of a wait, as that variant is not to become available until May 2021. Those that are available to buy now can be ordered from LG's US website.