Besides its 100-inch Laser TV system, LG is also out to impress CES 2013 attendees with a few other TV and related products.
LG is increasing its 2013 Google TV lineup to seven new models in five screen sizes. Two model series, GA7900 (47 to 55-inch) and GA6400 (42 to 60-inch), are announced. The former has dimming and LG’s Cinema Screen design applied for a sleek and modern look. Other headline features include an updated Home Dashboard to aid in discovery of new content, wireless connectivity, and pre-installed OnLive app for gamers. Powered by a dual-core CPU, the LG Google TV touts fast menu navigation, web browsing, and video streaming. And let’s not forget about the redesigned Magic Remote Qwerty that combines a keyboard with point-and-click control. Better yet, this updated remote supports natural language recognition, which should help tremendously when you’re searching for content. Image quality also receives a boost as the extra processing power allows the TruPicture XD Engine to work more efficiently and effectively. For 3D, the LG Google TV employs LG’s Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) technology.
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We all know about LG’s S$25,000 84-inch 4K TV, but the company has just revealed that it’ll be adding two more screen sizes (55 and 65-inch) to the family. Besides the eye-popping 3,840 x 2,160-pixel resolution, all three Ultra HD TVs use LG’s Triple XD picture processing engine, Resolution Upscaler Plus for improving the quality of lower-res content, and Cinema 3D technology. They also feature a 2.2-channel sound system, comprising of two 10W speakers and two 15W woofers.
LG’s 55-inch 55EM9700 OLED TV that finally went on sale in South Korea last week for a scheduled delivery in early February has now gotten a US pricing and launch date. According to LG Electronics USA, the WRGB OLED TV will be available in the United States from March at a suggested retail price of US$11,999. In Korea, the price is closer to US10,000.
And speaking of OLED TVs, check out this curved 3D OLED TV that LG has just announced.