While all the television manufacturers are fighting their way into consumer’s homes, boasting the highest resolutions, thinnest bezels and such, it looks like LG has taken a slightly different approach with a new 32” 32LN630R TV that brings you back to yesteryear.
Inspired by 70s to 80s CRT television sets, the TV features a wooden frame and a rotary dial that allows you to switch channels the way your grandparents did. With a creamy white finish, LG says that the device will blend in easily into any space. But don’t be fooled by its appearance, it may look retro, but it’s still equipped with modern technologies – LED, 1080p display, IPS-based display that supports both USB-based storage and MHL videos from mobile devices.
The retro TV is available in South Korea for approximately USD$754 and as usual, no news have been given as to whether LG will ship it outside its home country. Retro TV anyone?