Panasonic shows off semi-wireless OLED TV prototype

With the continuous development of technology, the forms of TV are becoming more and more diverse. Previously, Xiaomi released a transparent TV, and recently, Panasonic exhibited a semi-wireless TV prototype at the Berlin International Consumer Electronics Show (IFA).

According to TechRadar, the OLED TV prototype is equipped with a separate wireless connection box, users can connect the relevant cables to the box, and between the TV and the wireless connection box, data is transmitted wirelessly, and supports up to 4K transmission image. Although the TV still needs a power cord for the power supply, users can hide the power cord in other ways, such as by hanging the TV like a painting.


Panasonic’s OLED TV prototype uses a 55-inch OLED screen and weighs 10kg, making it thinner and lighter overall. While the technology used in this TV isn’t groundbreaking, when combined it feels modern. It is hoped that in the future, the TV can completely solve the power cord and complete the power supply through wireless charging.

Panasonic semi-wireless OLED TV prototype

In addition, although users can perform wireless data transmission through the connection box, the TV is also equipped with related interfaces, including two HDMI interfaces and two USB interfaces, one of which supports eARC to transmit audio, and one HDMI interface supports 4K 120 frames transmission.

Moreover, Samsung has also introduced TVs that use external connection boxes in recent years and uses single-wire connections on TVs such as the Samsung QN95B.

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