CES has been a wonderful time. LG has announced five new 3D plasma TVs to add to it’s 3D range. The 3D plasma televisions featuring active shutter technology range in sizes from 42 inches to 60 inches, and are all THX certified.
LG has also announced that nearly half of their TV offerings for the year 2011 are planned to be 3D enabled, further backing up the tie up with Sky UK, and becoming their first choice for 3D enabled tvs.
Of the five tvs offered, two of them (one 42” and one 50”) feature Dynamic 3d, a Freeview HD tuner, DivX HD and TruMotion 600Hz technology.
The other three take it one step higher, and are branded as the connected Smart TVs. They add to the two above with a magic motion remote control and a Home Dashboard which makes it easier to manage your content by implementing Smart Share. It is also linked to the cloud with LG’s own apps tailored specifically to the TVs. It has a web browser as well, like most of the new TVs at CES.
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