The LG INFINIA series of HDTVs was launched on 14 May 2010 in Singapore at the Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza. The flagship INFINIA LX9500 is the world’s first Full LED Slim 3D TV, a two-time awardee at CES 2010, and a winner of the reddot design award 2010.
Read more about the event, as well as the full line-up of the INFINIA series here.
In 2008, LG launched the world’s slimmest LCD TV at just 44.7mm thin. In 2009, LG launched the world’s largest OLED TV. And in 2010, LG launched the world’s first Full LED 3D TV.
Mr Nam Young Woo, President and CEO of LG Electronics Asia, was present at the event to unveil the flagship INFINIA LX9500.
After which, the media was taken through a detailed presentation of the INFINIA LX9500 by Mr Arthur Huang, Chief Operating Officer of LG Electronics Singapore.
On the LX9500 55-inch model, there is a panel of 1200 LEDs directly behind the screen. Compared to traditional edge-lit LED panels, the LX9500 delivers exceptional brightness, clarity and uniformity. What’s more, the 1200 LEDs are split into 240 segments for detailed local dimming.
Also, the LX9500 series sports the latest TruMotion 400Hz technology, which serves to reduce image cross-talk.
Finally, the floor was opened to any questions from the media. Seated on stage for the Q&A session are Mr Arthur Huang and Mr Clive Chia, Sales Director for LG Electronics Singapore’s business units.
During the Q&A session, Mr Huang mentioned about the use of uncompressed wireless transmission for the best picture quality possible.
At the closing stages, Mr Chia talked about the award-winning BORDERLESS design; he believes it is something unique and what makes LG TVs stand out from competiting brands.
The media was then taken for a tour to experience LG’s INFINIA 3D TVs, TruMotion 400Hz, and some features that can be found in the series.
Besides the INFINIA series, LG also released the BX580, a 3D Network Blu-ray Disc and DVD player. The BX580 is bundled free with any LX6500 and LX9500 model purchased.
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