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LG makes an OLED TV tribute to Legion 501 from Star Wars | Digital Trends Spanish

LG is producing a very limited edition of starwars of your 65-inch C2 OLED Evo TV. Only 501 units will be produced, and so far LG hasn’t said how much these TVs, which have a strong Darth Vader vibe, will cost or when they’ll be available to buy, saying simply that “the TV will be available through” with specific availability announced at a later date,” according to a press release. The announcement comes on the same day that the latest addition to the Star Wars franchise, Obi-Wan Kenobi, will debut on the streaming service. Disney Plus.

So while we don’t know when these TVs will ship, we do know when we’ll get our first look at the TV’s design elements. It will be on display at the LG exhibit at the Star Wars CelebrationMay 26-29 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

For now, we will have to settle for LG’s written description, which certainly has us super curious. The TV itself will feature a “Star Wars-themed cosmetic design,” which could mean that graphic elements from the Star Wars universe, such as imperial crests, or the Star Wars logo will appear somewhere on the frame or stand. of the television. The existing C2 already uses a very dark, if not truly black, aluminum for both the frame and the center stand, so it’s hard to imagine much of a change there.

The biggest difference, physically at least, will probably be in the accompanying LG Magic Remote. LG promises that it will be Star Wars branded and that the control UI will mimic the look and sound of a lightsaber. The company has not specified which character’s lightsaber from starwarsbut if it’s not the iconic red slash on Vader’s weapon, that’s going to be disappointing.

Each TV will include a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, and will come packaged in shipping boxes that are heavy on Darth Vader imagery. Speaking of visuals, the TVs will ship preloaded with 32 Star Wars-related images in two categories: Star Wars: The Creation and Star Wars: The Cinematic Vision, which can be displayed through the TV’s OLED Gallery app.

We’ve also included the footage here, so it’s one less look that can be considered exclusive to television.

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