Having covered football for over 10 years (Inside the NFL, ESPN & NFL Network), when I’m not reporting from the field or hosting in the studio, there’s no place I’d rather watch a game than at home with my family. Both Nash and Rhett really have gotten into watching the games with Wes and I, and I love that watching games on Sundays is now a family affair.
We recently got the opportunity to upgrade our living room TV to LG’s new 77″ OLED with AI ThinQ® TV and as I’m sure you will see by the video above, the picture is incredible and the screen is HUGE…allowing for a total immersion where you literally feel like you are down on the field watching the game.
I’ve talked about LG’s tv’s before, and I’ve just been blown away with all their advancements in the TV Space. Now the LG OLED TV Meets Artificial Intelligence with the AI ThinQ®. The TV comes with Google Assistant built in, so you can control compatible smart home devices using just your voice, allowing you to create a center for your smart home with your TV. For those of you that use Amazon Alexa devices, it works with those too. With simple tV commands you can change your picture settings, turn the volume up and down, search for movies and shows, and launch apps like Netflix, Hulu and more.
DISCLAIMER: Service limited to certain languages. Some features require 3rd party service subscription. Google Home and Amazon Alexa devices sold separately.
Now getting back to the incredible picture quality that makes everything seem lifelike, that’s because LG has the most powerful (award winning) intelligent processor, α9 (Alpha9), which provides superb picture quality with incredibly rich colors, sharpness and depth to deliver the ultimate picture quality.
Did you know that all OLED TVs come from LG? They have been the World’s best selling OLED brand since 2013 which means you can have peace of mind that you are getting the very best TV from the leader in this category.
DISCLAIMER: *LG OLED TV has been the world’s best-selling OLED brand since 2013. Based on IHS Markit, Technology Group, TV Sets Market Tracker, Q4 2017. Ranking is not an endorsement of LG. Any reliance on these results is at the third party’s own risk. Visit technology.ihs.com for more details. All OLED TVs use panels manufactured by an LG affiliate.