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LG OLED TVs Don't Mess With Success In 2018
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UPDATE March 5, 2018: LG has set pricing for many of the TVs described below, starting at $2,500. Aside from this update, this article has not otherwise been modified since its initial publication.

If you bought an in 2017, buyer's remorse probably won't be an issue. 

And if you're waiting for a final round of price drops on a 2017 OLED TV, perhaps timed for the Super Bowl, potential buyer's remorse is not a good reason to wait for the new versions, IMO.

LG's 2017 OLED are , and the company's 2018 models look to continue that trend with a lineup, and feature set, that's mostly the same. The biggest improvement is the integration of

The top-end set for 2018, the W8 series, retains the that debuted last year, and the step-down E8 series is similar to , albeit with a slightly slimmer . The less-expensive series, w88 link mới nhất C8 and B8, keep the more standard-looking, while still super-thin, design.

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