LG Electronics has announced the availability of its new Cinema 3D-capable, LED-backlit high-definition television sets (HDTVs), the 47-inch 47LW9800 and 55-inch 55LW9800. Touted as the "crown-jewel" of 3D-capable television sets, the Korean electronics company has claimed that the new LW9800 series of HDTVs boast the most advanced technologies and features ever developed by it. More details after the break…
LG has announced the availability of its new Cinema 3D-capable, LED-backlit high-definition television sets (HDTVs), the 47-inch 47LW9800 and 55-inch 55LW9800. The new HTDVs have been claimed by LG to be the "crown-jewels" of 3D-capable television sets, and that they both feature the most advanced technologies and features ever developed by the company.
According to the official press release issued by LG, the new 47-inch 47LW9800 and 55-inch 55LW9800 3D-capable LCD TVs sport what the company calls its NANO FULL LED and TruMotion 480Hz technology. LG claims that its NANO FULL LED lighting technogy makes use of an extremely thin film printed with minuscule dots to disperse light more evenly across the screen, with the result being brighter, clearer and smoother pictures, while TruMotion 400Hz ensures that images displayed by the telvision "stay silky smooth, no matter how fast the action".
In addition, LG has also claimed that the 47LW9800 and 55LW9800 will make use of the company's passive "Cinema 3D" display technology which is reportedly capable of eliminating common symptoms of discomfort experienced by users who own television sets which make use of the conventional active 3D technology, such as dizziness or disorientation. This has made it possible for the Korean electronics company to deliver affordable and comfortable 3D glasses which are affordable, lightweight and battery free, thus ensuring that user comfort is not affected.
Last but definitely not least, LG has added that the new 47-inch 47LW9800 and 55-inch 55LW9800 3D-capable LCD TVs will come bundled with various Smart TV features, such as support for online connectivity, multi-screen display and the inclusion of a built-in web browser to allow it to access the Internet, along with a Smart Motion Remote Control for operating the TV set.
No information about pricing and global availability for the aforementioned television sets has been released at this point of time, although LG claims that the products were first launched in Korea two days ago.
Source: LG Korea