LG shows 84-inch ultra definition 4K TV set

LG’s TV design and production unit has been doing very well lately. After the recently announced 55-inch OLED TV that will supposedly come with an affordable price, LG has surprised fans and competitors with a huge 84-inch “ultra definition” TV set that features 4K technology.

The new breed of TV sets will officially debut in 2012, probably at CES 2012. It comes with an astounding resolution of 3840×2160 pixels and has LG’s Cinema 3D and Smart TV features built-in with support for Magic Motion remote and voice control.

LG 84-inch 4K TV set

Sony and JVC are also expected to debut 4K TV sets next year, followed closely by Toshiba. LG is there first though and one of the reasons is its Cinema 3D tech that works by lowering resolution but now with all the extra pixels users will still get high quality imaging.

Pricing and an official release-to-market date are still missing.


Source: Engadget

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