PC users who are planning to make LG’s first 42-inch OLED TV their next monitor could be paying a higher-than-expected premium for the privilege of being able to squeeze the display technology’s impeccable image quality onto the confines of a desk.
That’s according to an initial listing for the 42C2 that has popped up at a department store company based in the UK called John Lewis & Partners, which has listed LG’s 42-inch OLED TV with a price tag of £1,399.00 (~$1,902). This happens to be the same price that the retailer has listed for the 48C2, a larger version of the display that features a 48-inch OLED panel.
It’s unclear whether the prices might be placeholders or not, but the listings also suggest that LG’s new 42-inch and 48-inch C2 OLED TVs will be available within five and three weeks, respectively.
LG OLED42C24LA (2022) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 42 inch with Freeview HD/Freesat HD & Dolby Atmos, Dark Titan Silver (John Lewis & Partners)
- The C2 ensures an exceptional and immersive 4K HDR viewing experience on LG’s renowned OLED screen. It features their OLED evo technology, combining supreme contrast, 100% colour accuracy and pixel-perfect detail with the a9 Gen5 AI 4K processor and Brightness Booster tech. Use the award-winning webOS smart platform to stream shows from such apps as Netflix and Prime Video, and you can interact by voice with both the Google Assistant and Alexa built in.
- Exceptionally sharp pictures, crystal-clear sound and the deepest black levels, plus Filmmaker Mode, deliver movies as the director intended, for an immersive cinematic experience. And with uncompromised image quality at any angle, and the smoothest motion no matter how fast the action, it brings the intensity of the sporting spectacle into the home.
- Ideal for next-gen consoles, get the competitive edge in gaming with pro-tools like HDMI 2.1, G-Sync, High Frame Rate (4K/120p), Variable Refresh Rate and Game Optimiser options.