LG Electronics will be displaying its ultra slim 55-inch OLED TVs (EM9700) in the lounges and open areas at 45 international airports around the globe this month.
Starting with Narita Airport in Tokyo, 45 airports round the globe will become showrooms for the swanky new television design, with Dubai International also counting itself among the happy recipients.
We are truly excited to give travelers from all over the world the chance to enjoy the future of television,” said Havis Kwon, president and CEO of LG Electronics’ Home Entertainment Company. “Displaying our advanced product in airport lounges and high traffic areas presents us with a unique opportunity to show consumers how OLED dif-fers from traditional flat-panel TVs. This is a technology that one can’t simply describe, it must be seen to be believed. ”
Launched for the first time by LG this year, the OLED television has become a firm attraction to both consumers and entire entertainment industry. The bold design also lends itself perfectly to an airport environment, with its wide viewing angle ensuring a first rate picture from almost any viewing position.
And while there is rarely anything more tedious than a flight delay, LG have made such an eventuality a little more bearable, in a few of the world's airports at least.