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LG unveils world's largest LED 3D HDTV

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 13 Oct 2010 2:52 User comments (2)

LG unveils world's largest LED 3D HDTV LG has unveiled the world's largest LED-backlit 3D HDTV this week.
The 72-inch Infinia 72LEX9 is available in Korea, and is now the largest commercially available 3D HDTV using LED.

Among the specs (says Crunch) of the television are a 480Hz TruMotion panel, full LED backlighting, 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio, four HDMI ports, one USB port, a wireless AV link, DLNA support and YouTube, Google Picasa support.

It is unclear if 3D HDTV will come bundled with the necessary stereoscopic 3D glasses.

Mitsubishi currently offers two 3D-ready HDTVs, at 75 and 82-inches, which hold the record.

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2 user comments

113.10.2010 16:22

They will be ready when Star Wars comes out...

Maybe if these catch on regular HD TVs will come down enough that I can get one.

213.10.2010 22:43

Regular HD TVs are already dirt cheap...but maybe you can scope out the dumpsters.

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