OLED, 4K and even Laser TV is not enough, LG has gone retro with its 80's throwback LED.
The TV maker announced a cream 32" 'Classic TV' with channel dial and wood frame, and all mod cons - LED and Full HD.
But there one important difference - no fat TV tube sticking out the back - the classic LED is a skinny mini.
Announced in Korea this week, LG's 32" Classic TV has LED TV with full HD (1,920 X 1,080) resolution, IPS viewing.
Its supports USB and MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) video from mobiles, tablets.
It comes creamy white color and costs around 840,000 won, or around A$825.
No word if it will hit Aussie shores yet, we are waiting to hear back from LG.