CES 2011: LG’s 3D TV Range for 2011

January 5th, 2011 by LG Blog UK
 

Our 3D family has just got bigger as LG launched the extended range of 3D TVs for 2011 at CES 2011! This includes the world’s first LED Cinema 3D TV range available to consumers. The range also includes new active 3D plasma and Full LED NANO screens, making 40% of the 2011 TV range 3D ready, whilst continuing our commitment to offering the widest range of 3D products available.

Cinema 3D, or passive 3D, offers a great home cinema experience ideal for shared viewing with family and friends. The new LED range comprises 3 models, the LW550T, LW450U and the LW650T ranging between 32” and 55” and a wide variety of features, including Smart TV, bringing the best internet content to your TV screen. LG remain the only manufacturer on the market offering consumers both active and cinema 3D, reflecting our commitment to bringing consumers the broadest choice as Sky’s first choice for 3D TV.

Another two screens were launched at CES, the LW770T and the LW950T, both of which are 3D Ready Full LED NANO screens following on from our initial launch of NANO technology at IFA 2010. NANO Technology offers consumers a combination of ultra-slim depth and sleek bezel design with unrivalled picture quality by using micro pixel local dimming technology, creating a TV stunning in both picture quality and design.

LG also revealed a host of new Active 3D plasma screens, with new models including PW450T, PZ250T, PZ550T, PZ570T and PZ950T. LG’s 3D plasma screens are available in 42 – 60” with fantastic features including THX 3D Certification, making them perfect for sports and movies.

A great 3D TV needs a great home theatre system, and LG have created the ideal 3D home theatre systems to compliment the whole range, including the BD670 Blu-ray player and HX46E Blu-ray home cinema system.

More information can be found at the LG Press Room, where all CES 2011 related content is available – Press Room

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