The LG OLED Objet Collection Easel (65Art90) is, as the name suggests, a kind of easel with an OLED television built in. The easel has a movable fabric cover that can be operated with the remote control. In Line View mode, the cover slides up to reveal a small portion of the screen. On this part you can, for example, show the time and date or a Spotify playback bar. In addition to the well-known features for the OLED panel, the 65Art90 is equipped with a 4.2-channel audio system with 80 watts of power.
The LG OLED Objet Collection Posé (LX1) is a slim and minimalistic designed television with four slim legs. The TV can be placed in the middle of a room because the rear is just as chic as the front, including a panel in which books or magazines can be placed. According to LG, cables would also be virtually invisible, but we wonder where that TV decoder, that power cable and perhaps other components have gone. Both the LX1 and the 65Art90 can be placed in a Gallery Mode, with which artworks or photos are displayed.
Both televisions should hit the European market later this year. The Easel will only be available in a 65-inch format, while the Posé will be available in 42-inch, 48-inch and 55-inch formats. Prices have not yet been announced.