The Freestyle line is aimed at consumers who are looking for LED TVs that offer flexible placement within the home. The ultra-thin Freestyle concepts offer just that, with a slimmer and lighter design along with integrated Wi-Fi. Four screen sizes were shown including 20-, 32-, 40-, and 60-inch classes. Only the 20-inch model actually includes a battery to continue working away from the wall, the rest require standard power outlets.
by Greg Mombert
Greg graduated from the University of Oregon with a bachelor's degree in Digital Art. At Digital Trends he handles product photography and graphic design among other things.
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