The world's first wireless television is launched

The world’s first wireless television is launched


Technology, in a search to make life easier and more comfortable, has brought with it the first wireless televisions.

At CES, in its edition from January 5 to 8, 2023 in Las Vegas, it has shown some advances in the matter, such as the first wireless televisions.

Displace, a home entertainment company, announced a goodbye to wires on screens and introduced the world’s first wireless television. This is the 55-inch 4K OLED with a weight of 9 kilograms.

As you describe, the TV uses swappable batteries and sticks to the wall as it doesn’t require wall mounting and is a lightweight TV. In addition to being able to enjoy “any size TV”. The 4K OLED has ports and its batteries are hot-swappable that last a month on a single charge with 6 hours of use per day.

“No wall mounting is required with our patented active circuit vacuum technology.

“A Displace TV weighs less than 20 pounds. This makes it transportable for moving from room to room,” the Displace site reads.

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Its technology allows four screens to be combined on a 110-inch television with 8K resolution. People will be able to interact with the screen by playing the content easily with their hands.

“In addition to voice and touch control, use gesture control. Browse and play content easily with your hands,” the company highlights.