The movie and TV industry are going through exciting times as of late with the former venturing into 3D movies while TVs are undergoing enhancements in the form of aesthetics, image quality and even widgets for added functionality. And following our predictions of 3D TVs taking off in a big way as the ecosystem builds up momentum this year, LG too has committed its interest in this area. Among 3D ready TVs, other notable features that are propagating in LG's mid to high-end models in the 2010 lineup are wireless ready and broadband capable TVs (through LG's NetCast entertainment access). We detail more notes through our photos and captions from LG's press conference this morning, direct from Las Vegas in the biggest and most important consumer electronics show on earth - CES 2010.
Closer to actual availability is 41 new LG TVs of the LED-backlit LCD HDTV variety and conventional CCFL-backlit LCD HDTV variety. Among them, the new Infinia series represents LG's latest crop of TVs with a slimmer chassis design, thinner bezels, improved technology and entertainment options over the others. The Infinia design is available in the LE9500, LE8500 and LE7500 series of the LED-backlit LCD HDTV segment, while the LD850, LD 650 and LD550 models of the CCFL-backlit LCD HDTV segment sport the Infinia design. LG's plasma TVs too received an update and the PK950 and PK750 models will carry the Infinia design.