In short: The LG C1, the sequel to our favorite TV that doubles as a (large) PC monitor, already looks like a worthy successor. But if you’re interested in buying the LG C2 and really want your geek flag flying, take a look at this Star Wars-inspired 65-inch OLED screen.
Capturing the set will not be as easy as shooting womp-rats in Beggar’s Canyon. Only 501 are produced, a tribute to the 501st Legion, an elite legion of stormtroopers nicknamed “Vader’s Fist”.
Several elements give this LG C2 its Star Wars status. There is a great package that you definitely do not want to throw away; the characteristic sound of Vader’s breathing when the device is turned on; insignia of the Galactic Empire engraved on the back; and the Star Wars logo on the Magic Remote, which features a lightsaber-style design with red accent lighting. Even the screen cursor it controls looks like a traditional Jedi weapon.
But that’s not all. The Star Wars theme extends to the TV’s gallery mode as well. Designed to showcase artwork or your photos, this feature will show two collections of Star Wars images, including concept designs, storyboards, illustrations, digitized movie posters, key movie scenes, and illustrations.
standard The 65-inch LG G2 offers many of the best features: a 4K OLED Evo panel, G-Sync, support for GeForce Now, Dolby Vision and HDR10, plenty of HDMI 2.1 ports and more. The 65-inch model sells for $2,299, so you can expect the limited edition Star Wars numbered version to cost a lot more when it arrives in the US. There is no word yet on when that might be.
If you’re in Anaheim, California before May 29, you can watch TV at the Star Wars Celebration Convention.
Check out our LG C1 review. here.
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