LG’s next generation 3D HDTV technologies at IFA 2010

At this year IFA  in Berlin, LG will present their latest range of 3D products that includes everything from the very latest in NANO FULL LED and Plasma TVs, to Home Theater Systems and Blu-ray Disc Players and 3D projectors.


Lg will unveil their top model LEX8 world’s slimmest (0.88cm) and narrowest bezel (1.25cm) FULL backlighting LED TV, which feature  NANO Lighting Technology, which produces “LG’s brightest, clearest and smoothest picture yet”. The 3D Led TV also boasts an Anti-Reflection, that minimizes reflection from an external light source, Micro Pixel Control – dimming function in both 2D and 3D, LG’s TruMotion 400Hz and Magic Motion Remote Control, which allows to change TV settings and play games by pointing the remote at the screen and manipulating a cursor.

LG LEX8 3D LCD TV

On the show LG will also present the new LEX9, which boasts the biggest LED LCD screen yet at a mouth-watering 72 inches, and the LX9500, the world’s first FULL LED 3D TV, which  also come with TruMotion 400Hz, as well the PX950N, its first Plasma 3D TV and the first TV in the world to receive 3D THX Certification. Features include 600Hz Max Sub-field, set’s self-illuminating pixels,  enable a wider viewing angle, for complete, smooth 3D images wherever you choose to sit or even lie down in the living room, PX950N also supports the Multi Picture Format (MPF) function, enabling users to connect their 3D cameras to the TV and view their 3D pictures directly on the big screen, connectivity through NetCast, DLNA certification and a wireless AV link.

LG PX950N

The list continue with LG’s HX995TZ(5.1 – 1,100 watts of output) and HLX55W Blu-ray Home Theater Systems, offeringNetCast and DLNA, HX995DF with 2.1 Ch and 560 watts of output, HLX55W 3D Blu-ray sound bar – 430-watt audio output and 4.1 Ch full surround sound.

LG HX995TZ and HLX55W

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