Saturday, March 27, 2010

Coming to the Market - first full LED 3D TV

Guess what's coming to town this May? Its the world's first full LED 3D TV. LG, one of the world's foremost producer of quality electronics, recently unveiled the first wave of three-dimensional full LED televisions to the market. Panels of LED at the back of the screen lights up the LX9500 or Infinia from LG. With as much as 1,200 semiconductor light sources on the 55 inch model, this newest entry by he Korea-based electronics giant is leading the way for the next generation of home electronics. The dynamic contrast ratio of the TV reaches up to 10,000,000:1 and it is only 22.3 millimeters thick, which makes it less than a inch thick

Aside from giving viewers a better viewing experience through 3D, the LX9500 can also play HD DiVX, MP3, JPEG play and MPO play using the USB port of the device. The device also allows wireless AV link, Netcast support, and HDMI 1.4. And guess what, you can also communicate through Skype using the Infinia, all you need to get is a video camera to be attached to the device and you're good to go.
The device is also DLNA ready using an optional DLNA dongle. You can also utilize the active shutter glasses to watch you favorite 3D movies on the Infinia. The glasses can be charged through a USB connector allowing you to use it for the next 40 hours before you would need to recharge it.
The LG Infinia will be initially available in Korea in 47 inch and 55 inch versions. North America, Europe and other major electronics markets will get their chance to grab the first full LED 3D TV this coming May.

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