7Do you have a house full of people but feel as though you are out of holiday cheer? Transform your space into the ultimate gathering spot by upgrading the entertainment system with a brand new television.

Nowadays televisions are more than just a place to watch movies and shows – they’re a hub for all of your favourite activities. Want to surf the web? Turn on your Smart TV. Want to look at photos? Pop a slideshow up on the big-screen. And, of course, if you simply want to watch movies and shows, you can still curl up and enjoy those too.

But what should you look for when purchasing a new TV? Here are a few tips from Abraham Cherian, a home entertainment expert at LG Electronics Canada:

Pick a screen that’s worth it. It’s an exciting time in the television industry and the latest TV technology, OLED, is truly revolutionary. LG’s new 4K OLED TVs deliver a best-in-class viewing experience on a curved screen, similar to those found in movie theatres. 4K resolution provides a crystal-clear picture that gives everyone in the room a perfect view, glare-free.

Be smart and don’t miss out. Smart TV platforms – such as webOS – allow you to connect directly to your favourite web-based applications. This means that you don’t have to waste time flipping through dusty DVDs to find something to watch. Gather everyone around the TV and simply connect to Netflix and pick a classic flick straight off the screen.

Design matters. If you stick with the trends, you won’t want a boxy, outdated television. Look for a slim design with a pure black screen and minimal bezel that complements your home’s décor.

More information is available online at www.lg.com.


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