Unboxing LG's $8,000 USD Wallpaper TV

The W7 line of televisions from LG is one of the most impressive innovations in modern day technology. Not only do the models have a crystal-clear OLED 4K display, but the flexible units measure in at only 2.5 millimeters thick, hence the nickname “Wallpaper TV.” In order to create such a product, LG placed all of the important input units, such as HDMI and composite, in the speaker unit that connects to the television with a single cord. Such a product won’t come cheap, however, as the 65-inch version of the television will cost you $8,000 USD while the 77-inch version goes for $15,000 USD.

Unbox Therapy gives a closer look at how the unit looks and feels in a home setting. In his latest unboxing video, the YouTuber praises the physical attributes of the television while also highlighting the color vibrancy and the Smart TV capabilities. Take a look at his entire unboxing process for yourself above.

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Lewis Hamilton and MV Agusta Reunite for the F4 LH44

Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton and Italian superbike brand MV Agusta are no strangers to one another. Almost two years ago, the duo linked up to debut a special edition Dragster RR LH44 motorcycle. Fast forward to today and the two have unveiled yet another collaborative project, the limited-edition F4 LH44. The new model is built around the frame of a 212-horsepower F4 RC. From there, the team was able to add an extra seven horsepower to the unit while stripping away eight pounds using a Reparto Corsa race kit. Other notable features include a SC-Project single-unit exhaust and Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa tires.

As far as paint goes, the new unit sees a glossy red used for the majority of the body rather than the black and white with red trim from two years ago. Much like the previous iteration, the Lewis Hamilton x MV Agusta F4 LH44 will be available in extremely limited quantities. Only 44 units of the bike will be manufactured, with the rumored asking price sitting around €50,000 EUR (just over $59,000 USD). Take a look at the bike above and for more on the latest motorcycles, take a look at the Nimbus Type C “Odin’s Fury” From Gonzo Motorcycles.

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Nike's Air Zoom Flyknit Mariah Racer Surfaces in "Royal Blue"

Over the past few months, Nike has brought the “Royal Blue” colorway to a variety of different sneakers in its catalog. From the Air Jordan 1 High OG Flyknit to the Duel Racer, the Swoosh has now decided to decorate the Flyknit Mariah Racer with the deep color. The slip-on model sees the rich color spread across the Flyknit upper with black threads woven in between. This is matched by the black heel guard towards the back of the body and Swoosh logo along the side. The entire look is finished off with the same white midsole and black rubber outsole we’ve seen on other Mariah Racer models in the past.

Expect to see the “Royal Blue” iteration of the Nike Air Zoom Flyknit Mariah Racer hit store shelves later this month for an estimated price tag of around $150 USD. While you’re waiting on that, keep up with all of the latest Nike news with a look at the “Deep Pewter” version of the Air Max 97 Premium.

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Givenchy Gives a Little Bit of Everything in Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

New Givenchy artistic director Clare Waight Keller made her runway debut for the French label at this year’s Paris Fashion Week. Showcasing an assortment of ready to wear clothing for the brand’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection, Keller’s attention to detail and tailoring ability was on full display. Models walked down the runway sporting a variety of tight-knit and slimmed down garments, with the collection’s blazers, shirts, and pants all fitting closer to the body in comparison to what we saw from former artistic director Riccardo Tisci.

The new set of looks also showcased a variety of different colors and patterns. In addition to a few red, maroon and navy pieces, the collection saw a handful of black jackets mixed into the fray, most notably the leather jacket with multiple pockets and the varsity-style jacket with white and yellow stripes.

Take a look at all of the menswear pieces from Givenchy’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection above. As always, let us know in the comments which looks you like best. Be sure to keep it locked here for all of the news coming from Paris Fashion Week.

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