New LG TV Brings Back Retro ‘70s Style

The 32-inch HD TV resembles a classic tube model, with hairpin legs, a wooden frame and dials.

LG has launched a 32-inch TV in South Korea that resembles a retro tube model. The Classic TV (32LN630R ) has hairpin legs and ’70s-inspired channel and volume dials.

The modern reinterpretation of the product is still equipped with the most up-to-date technology, including full HD and 178-degree viewing angle IPS panel. The dials and wooden frame give it a Scandinavian-style design that emphasizes simplicity and modernity, while the creamy white color ensures it fits in well with any space.

LG’s Retro TV Brings Back ‘70s Flair

The Classic TV enables an external hard drive or USB memory stick to be connected, so you can access the store videos, photos or music. It also supports MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) for viewing content from mobile devices. The TV set is only available in South Korea for now, where it is priced at 840,000 won ($754).

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