When the vacuum loops on the back of the Displace TV senses it is in contact with a surface (such as a wall or a window), the mechanism whirrs into life and starts sucking itself onto the surface. It then becomes quiet for about 8-10 seconds, indicating that it has anchored and is safe. The device may then be moved around to see if the user can force it out of its position. The screen reportedly is very secure and tight.
You would need to push and hold a button on either side of the TV and wait for the vacuum loops to disengage in order to remove it gradually. This mechanism operates on any flat surface, even those with a faint roughness, such as drywall.
The Displace TV system includes a box, about the size of a PC tower, into which you plug your gadgets in addition to the screen. Wirelessly, the signal moves from the box to the television. In reality, you may use it to combine several TVs into one big TV or a multiscreen system at once. Also, there is no remote included with Displace TV. To operate other systems, such as smart TV streaming, users can instead use gestures. There is also an app that enables phone-based TV control. In addition, it also includes four inbuilt batteries that eliminate the need for a power line. These batteries are hot-swappable, so you won’t have to wait for one of them to recharge before you can watch TV once more. A pop-up 4K camera is also integrated into the top of the frame of the Displace TV.
Price & Availability
The Displace Wireless TV stands somewhat expensive at $3,000. Currently, only 100 pieces are available for pre-order, which will begin on January 5. They will start shipping globally once all the pre-orders are done.