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The First Videos Of The Completely Wireless Battery Powered OLED TV Have Arrived And It Actually Works

This is cool!

Last week we wrote about a company called Displace who were creating the first completely wireless OLED TV, which is powered by batteries. This is different to the OLED that LG announced which still needs a power cable to push power to the actual unit.

One of the key things that really stuck out to me in Displace’s announcement was the fact that this screen could be attached to any surface with a proprietary vacuum suction mechanic, and I was in no way expecting this to work, but a bunch of videos from CES have popped up and to my surprise, it actually looks quite groundbreaking.

Now, obviously anything that happens at CES is in quite a controlled environment, but it really does just look to be sticking without a heap of effort. Displace had said that it plans to offer warranty on any falls that do happen once the product comes out.

CES is always a tricky one. Lots of cool tech gets announced, but whether most of it actually makes it to consumers is another thing. This to me looks like it’s working and pretty far along, but obviously costs as well as rolling it out to something that’s widely produced is another thing all together, but for now, it’s one I’ll absolutely be keeping an eye on.

The Displace wireless OLED TV will apparently last about a month with 6 hours of usage a day, so that’s pretty decent. You can also pair four of them to make a massive display, which is why that suction mechanic is so fascinating to me. Four of them will get you a 110-inch display at 8k whilst pairing 16 together (ha) will get you a 220-inch display at 16K.

The Displace wireless OLED TV will apparently last about a month with 6 hours of usage a day, so that’s pretty decent. You can also pair four of them to make a massive display, which is why that suction mechanic is so fascinating to me.

We’ll keep you posted on any further announcements on the Displace wireless TV (or any other wireless TVs for that matter).