LG Lucasfilm Star Wars OLED TV
The Force is strong with the LG x Lucasfilm 65-inch Star Wars C2 OLED TV. It was revealed yesterday at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim and will be limited to just 501-units in the US, exclusively from the company’s website as to avoid scalpers. Each set will come with its very own individually numbered certificate of authenticity to ensure that you aren’t buying a knockoff.


LG Lucasfilm Star Wars OLED TV
Aside from the themed packaging, you also get a Star Wars-inspired user interface, aesthetics, as well as a gallery to enjoy. Plus, the standard LG remote gets replaced with a themed version, complete with a lightsaber graphic replacing the on-screen motion cursor. For those who love Star Wars art, the gallery contains two different sections: ‘Star Wars Art: The Conceptual Designs’ and ‘Journey of Darth Vader’. There’s no word yet on pricing, but the standard C2 OLED TV retails for $2,500 USD so you can expect a price tag around that ballpark.

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LG Lucasfilm Star Wars OLED TV

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