US-based start-up company Displace announced that it will debut "the world's first true wireless TV" at CES 2023. This OLED TV runs on a rechargeable battery.

The Displace company was established in 2022. The TV is called "Displace TV", which supports touch and voice control, and can also be controlled with gestures through the camera (which can be turned off).

According to reports, this 55-inch 4K OLED TV weighs less than 20 pounds (about 9.080 kg), has no wires or ports, and uses a proprietary replaceable battery system.

The TV has a wireless unit box that stays connected to the power outlet, and the unit box houses an AMD CPU and Nvidia GPU, and supports Wi-Fi 6E. This is a relatively expensive solution compared to the cheap ARM-based MediaTek SoCs found in most TVs today.

Users can even combine multiple Displace TVs to create a TV of any size, for example, "four TVs can create a 110-inch TV with 16K resolution," the company says. However, this statement seems to be a bit problematic, because the four 4K panels stitched together are 8K resolution, not 16K.

According to the company, the battery used in the TV can provide a month of battery life based on an average of 6 hours of daily use . However, the company didn't say how long the battery will take to charge.

AndroBliz learned that Displace TV will be officially unveiled at the 2023 CES held in Las Vegas in early January, and pre-orders will start on its official website from January 5th, and it will be available at the end of 2023. The first sales market is the United States.


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