A few days ago, we talked a little about a TV that supposedly came “without anything”, that is, that would not have a single wire connected to it, thus managing to offer a “frame” experience, which so many good people want.
Meanwhile, LG also tried to offer something similar, in the form of a 97” OLED TV, which despite still being plugged in, would receive all sorts of processing through a Wireless Box, with the TV itself being a simple glass pane with snapped columns.
But… LG was even overtaken by an unknown company, Displace!
The first completely wireless TV is real!
So we are talking about a 55” OLED TV that works completely wirelessly. As? Well, instead of being connected to an electrical outlet, the TV runs on a battery that lasts for about a month of autonomy (6 hours a day), and that comes with extra batteries so you never run out of TV.
The system is very similar to that of LG, since we also have a kind of wireless box, which is responsible for sending the signal to the TV. But, taking into account the technology, and also the bonus of being able to put 4 of these TVs together to form a giant 110-inch 8K TV, the $3000 price tag doesn’t even seem exaggerated. (This price includes the charging base, the TV, the base, and an extra battery)
Does this “wireless” work?
Well, the base transmits data over Wi-Fi 6E, so speed shouldn’t be an issue. Even so, we still have some doubts regarding input lag, which is always very important in the world of video games.
We still don’t know very well when this TV could hit the market, but according to Displace, it’s coming soon.
Also, what do you think about all this? Interesting? Would you bet on a TV based on a battery? Even if this lasts more or less 1 month? Share your opinion with us in the comments box below.