The TV’s quality is poor, with reviewers complaining of a noisy image and bad black levels, according to Swedish tech publication M3 (parsed by Gizmodo). The TV’s “smart” interface is slow and clumsy, and it struggles to respond to the remote control.
Is anybody surprised by this? We are still talking about IKEA after all. The company that provides mediocre furniture that is designed well enough, but lacks build quality.