LG LX9500 is the world’s first Full LED 3D HDTV
LG Electronics unveiled the world’s first Full LED 3D TV, the LX9500. The LX9500 uses an innovative backlight structure to deliver spectacular pictures for the ultimate 3D experience. Illuminated by panels of LEDs directly behind the screen (the 55-inch model boasts 1,200 LEDs), the Full LED display provides images of exceptional brightness and clarify for unrivaled picture quality.
Along with all the advantages of Full LED, the LX9500’s exterior is also geared to create a better 3D experience. With its slim and sleek INFINIA design, the LX9500 not only draws attention with its 22.3mm slim body but also boasts a 16mm super-narrow bezel that allows for fuller and more expansive 3D images that draws viewers in. Complemented by a 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and TruMotion 400Hz (480Hz), the LX9500’s mesmerizing 3D picture transports viewers right into the heart of the action.
It is Full HD (1080p) capable and it has embedded “invisible speakers” (10W + 10W + 5W) giving a solid sound. LG wanted to make gadget-frenzy consumers satisfied so they implemented features as NetCast (Broadband TV), Skype usage (video call function is possible with optional video camera), wireless AV Link, DLNA ready (with optional DLNA dongle), HDMI 1.4 and USB 2.0 compliant (enabling HD DivX, MP3, JPEG play and MPO).
”LG’s unique Full LED technology validates LG’s position as a global leader in 3D home entertainment,” said Havis Kwon, Executive Vice President and head of the LCD division of LG. “By building a full line-up of 3D TVs and cultivating alliances with content and device providers, LG will set a higher benchmark in the global 3D TV industry.”
In another first for the industry, the LX9500 supports the Multi Picture Format, the 3D picture standard that enables users to create and enjoy 3D content effortlessly. On the LX9500, this means viewers can immediately see images snapped with 3D cameras without having to first convert them on their PCs.
The LX9500 employs shutter glasses (model: AG-S100) that adds depth by alternatively blocking one lens at a time in sync with the screen’s refresh rate. The glasses are comfortable enough to wear for an extended period of time and recharge via USB for up to 40 hours of uninterrupted viewing pleasure.
LG’s strategy includes plans to offer a diversified line-up of products in screen sizes from 42 inches to 150 inches utilizing both polarized and shutter type glasses and to launch a family of 3D products including LED LCD TVs, Plasma TVs, Blu-ray disc players and the world’s first Full HD 3D projectors.
Available in 47- and 55-inch versions, LG INFINIA 3D TVs will be available to consumers in Korea followed by North America, Europe, the CIS as well as other key markets by early May.
I would love to have this, but as I am drooling over my keyboard, I am wondering if you can watch this tv without those glasses. Thats a pretty expensive tv if you can only watch it with the glasses on.
Yeah you have to wear the glasses in order to watch it in 3D.
You don’t need the glasses to watch the (up ’till now) common content.