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October 29, 2012

LG Electronics Unveils Ultra-High Definition' 84-inch 3D TV


We have entered in new era of home entertainment. The innovative technologies like HDTV, Smart TVs, Ultra high definition, On-demand TV and video services have improved consumer’s television viewing experience and also created new age of entertainment.

 With the mission to provide the best possible home entertainment, LG Electronics (News - Alert) USA has presented new Ultra HD TV for sale to consumers in the United States. This has originated new era in home entertainment.

Teaming up with high-end retailer Video & Audio Center, LG Electronics USA has launched LG's new Ultra HD TV among hundreds of consumers eager who have come there to get the fist glimpse of the product. Video & Audio Center's Lawndale/Torrance, Calif. store today to discuss the importance of Ultra HD's development and its expected market adoption were industry luminaries.

The LG 84-inch LED TV is equipped with powerful up-conversion engine, native Ultra High Def screen resolution of 3840 x 2160, full 1080p HD resolution to a massive 8 million pixels. Additionally, LG's 84LM9600 boasts a growing Smart TV ecosystem that has over 1,000 apps and gives users access to a growing range of premium content services. The users can easily browse and navigate through the Smart TV ecosystem using LG's Magic Remote, which allows users to make commands using the control modes of Voice Recognition, Wheel, Magic Gesture and Point.

Jay Vandenbree, senior vice president, LG Electronics USA, and head of LG's U.S. home entertainment business said in a statement, “Picture quality has always been LG's foremost priority, one that's especially important now as manufacturers scale TVs to meet the trend line pointing toward larger and larger class sizes, we were instrumental in developing the HD standard and, similarly, our goal now is to pioneer Ultra High Def technology to create the crisp and immersive viewing experience consumers are currently missing with large-screen TVs.”




Edited by Rich Steeves
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