The upcoming CES (Jan. 5 – Jan. 8) is a place where you will also regularly find “geeky things” like Displace’s completely wireless TV..
A truly wireless TV is what Displace sees as the future of television. And they mean really no cord at all. Most of the time. ‘Most of the time’ because the TV runs on a battery that, when fully charged, should last a month, assuming an average of six hours of viewing per day. A vacuum system provides for suspension on the wall, drilling holes is no longer necessary anywhere. Whether that also works on a brick or whitewashed wall? There’s no remote control; you operate the TV made world famous at CES 2023 with arm and hand gestures. The 55-inch 4K OLED TV gets its data delivered wirelessly and, if desired, multiple TVs can be assembled into one larger screen of up to 110 inches with 16K resolution. Price still unknown.