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LG 3D TV line-up coming in May

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 14 Mar 2010 20:21

LG 3D TV line-up coming in May LG Electronics has revealed that it plans to release its line-up of 3D televisions and other products in the UK in May this year. The electronics giant's initial line-up includes two LED TVs and a Blu-ray Disc player. The televisions use active-shutter 3D technology which requires suitable glasses that will not be included.
The 47-inch and 55-inch LC9900 series televisions will feature 400Hz frame interpolation, 4 HDMI ports and 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio. The backlighting for the 47-inch comprises of 864 LEDs, whilst the 55-inch set had 960 LEDs. Both come packed with Freeview HD receivers.

Bluetooth and WiFi are included in both sets, and they also feature USB 2.0 ports for playing DivX HD, MP3 or JPEG Images from portable media.

Both televisions are priced very high, as you would expect. The 47-inch will set customers back 3,000, while the 55-inch model costs 4,000... and don't forget about the 3D glasses.

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