This morning, LG Singapore held a media event to showcase their new televisions that incorporated the company's proprietary Cinema 3D and Smart TV technologies. Read on for the coverage.
Arthur Huang, vice president of sales and marketing, LG Electronics Singapore says that the company's newly launched Cinema 3D features the first flicker-free 3D technology which gives the most comfortable experience without batteries.
"In addition, the LG Smart TV offers consumers access to movies, applications, premium content and web all on their TV. This is made easier with a wave of the hand; with the magic motion control developed by LG, we will also in the next few months be announcing the exciting partnerships with local content providers. They will also further enhance the entertainment experience to all consumers here in Singapore," Huang said.
Clive Chia, director of retail sales, LG Electronics Singapore, introduced 16 new products which consist of plasma TVs, LCD and LED TVs with combinations of Smart and Cinema 3D TVs. Chia also explained Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) technology the company is incorporating and compared the advantages to conventional 3D TV technology including flicker-free, comfort, flexible viewing angles and price.
With the Smart Share's Media Link feature, you can access content information such as the plot summary, casts, director, viewer ratings and other information according to the content you have stored on your devices such as tablets, phones and laptops. However, you need to install the PLEX app on your PC, tablet or smartphone to use the Media Link.
The LG Smart TV also offers full range of apps, web browsing capabilities as well as premium content such as ESPN, CNBC and Stuff to the users. With the Magic Motion remote control, you can simply point to the screen, move the cursor to your desired option and click to make a selection. The LG App store is scheduled to launch later this year, and the company is partnering local content providers to launch premium content by Q3 this year.
A quick comparison between convention 3D glasses and LG Cinema 3D glasses in terms of design and weight.