Being stuck at home during quarantine can be a pain, but LG’s new top-of-the-range GX OLED 4K TV ($2,600) might just make it a tad more bearable. The screen uses self-lit pixels instead of a standard LED backlight, creating brighter colors and deeper contrasts along with the sharp 4K detail that TV connoisseurs have come to expect. And then there’s the profile: the TV is just 2 cm thick. As a result, the GX sits nearly flush with your wall. Yet it still boasts many of the convenient features seen in modern high-end televisions—including compatibility with Google Assistant and Alexa, allowing you to control your Internet of Things–enabled fridge or doorbell from the comfort of your couch. —Billy Perrigo
Buy now: LG 65-in. GX OLED 4K TV (65GX)
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