OLED TVs have consistently proven to be some of the best-performing sets money can buy. The only problem? They've always been incredibly expensive. Today LG is working to remedy that situation, issuing price cuts for some of its top 2015 models, including the flat EF9500 and its curved sibling, the EG9600.
This is great news for anyone who's been eyeing LG's impressive lineup. And not only are the prices dropping, but the company is also including a $1,000 rebate for the top 4K models, further sweetening the deal. LG claims that the price adjustments are due in part to improved manufacturing efficiencies, but they also seem like a move to increase OLED's presence in the TV market.
Below you'll find a breakdown of the price adjustments for the 2015 models, including both 4K and 1080p TVs.
NOTE: The prices visible via "Buy Now" links below are dynamic and subject to change. Click through to see the new sale prices.
EF9500 Series: Flat OLED 4K Ultra HD TVs
* 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal) 55EF9500 (New net price – $2,999): Price move from $5,499 to $3,999, and a $1,000 instant rebate.
65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal) 65EF9500 (New net price – $4,999): Price move from $6,999 to $5,999, and a $1,000 instant rebate.
EG9600: Art Slim Curved OLED 4K TVs
* 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal) 55EG9600 (New net price – $2,999): Price move from $5,499 to $3,999 and a $1000 instant rebate.
65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal) 65EG9600 (New net price – $4,999): Price move from $6,999 to $5,999 and a $1000 instant rebate.
55EG9100: Full HD Curved OLED TV
* New 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal) 55EG9100 (Net price – $1,999): Priced at $2,499, with an instant rebate of $500, starting week of Oct. 18.
Note that the curved EG9100 is available in a 55-inch size only, and it's Full HD (1080p), not UHD (4K). It includes LG's new webOS 2.0 smart platform and the Magic Remote.
55EC9300: Full HD Curved OLED TV
* Current 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal) 55EC9300 is now available at the record-low price of $1,799 while supplies last.
The 55-inch EC9300 is a 2015 production model, but is identical to the 2014 model we reviewed last year. Note that it includes webOS by default, but LG is updating it to the new webOS 2.0 by the end of this year.
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