LG Electronics sets UK launch of its full 3D portfolio for May
New 3D TV models, 3D Blu-ray player and Sky 3D compatibility set to lead Brits into ultimate viewing experience
LG Electronics (LG) unveils plans to launch its full 3D portfolio from May to meet increasing interest in 3D across the nation. LG have been the first in the UK to introduce its passive 3D technology LCD TV (LD920) which is being rolled out in pubs across the UK and Ireland. Viewers will be able to watch live football including Premier League matches broadcast by Sky in 3D, prior to the introduction of Sky 3D to millions of homes later this year. In addition, this spring, LG will lead the way in home entertainment launching its Full LED 3D Ready TV (LX9900) and 3D Blu-ray player (BX580) for the home.
The new LG Full LED 3D Ready TV provides the ultimate in home entertainment with better picture quality and unique single layer ultra slim Infinia design, virtually eliminating the space between the screen and the bezel so they seamlessly blend together. Available in both 47in and 55in, the televisions use active 3D technology meaning all the components, that allow the picture to become 3D are housed within the glasses worn by the viewer.
The active shutter system within the glasses, permits the use of 1080p (progressive image) which means that each eye gets a full HD image for a more detailed, complete picture. Beyond 3D technology, other features include built-in Freeview HD, so viewers can still watch 2D HDTV at home with five times improved picture quality without any subscription or contract. In addition, viewers can also access their favourite internet applications through the LG NetCast feature. As the TV is Full LED and houses LG Spot Control technology along with TruMotion 400Hz, viewers can enjoy premium clarity and movement of the picture with unsurpassed colour definition taking them even closer to the action. All these features are packed into the beautiful Infinia design which will fit into any style conscious living room.
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