With CES 2022 approaching, companies are starting to showcase interesting devices that will be showcased at an electronics show early next year.
Thus, the South Korean company LG presented a rather unique product: the first portable TV with a built-in battery. Yes, the company working on OLED, MicroLED and other modern display technologies has decided to go in a new direction with the introduction of a TV that can be moved anywhere (it has a stand on wheels) and fixed at the desired angle.
LG StandbyME is equipped with a 27-inch screen that can be easily detached from this stand and mounted on a wall or tabletop stand. The native kickstand lets you swivel, tilt, and even set it up in portrait mode.
According to official data, StandbyME TV can work up to 3 hours without recharging from the battery, which is built into the stand. That is, you can watch several episodes of the series or a couple of small films.
The TV has an LCD screen, but its specifications are not reported. LG StandbyME is touch-friendly and offers streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube. The TV has USB and HDMI ports.
The price has not yet been announced.