CES 2009: LG introduce Wireless HDMI and 3D chips

CES 2009, TVs

LG didn’t have the most dynamic of press conferences, but one thing that did come out was the death of wires (expect some kind of wire-based massacre this CES 2009). They’re integrating Wireless HDMI into their upcoming 2009 LCD product ranges, as well as their projectors.

This will allow lossless 1080p at 60 fps, ensuring you’ve got eye-bleeding image quality, without the wife getting upset about trailing wires from your Bluray player or set top box (that’s straight from the LG mouth – don’t shoot the messenger).

The new TV lines will also have integrated 3D chipsets – LG is another company convinced of the value of 3D technology. They’ve apparently been in talks with major film houses to ensure the content is there, and the good news is, their models don’t require glasses so you can look like a normal.

There’s also better image processing, with LG’s TruMotion 240 Hz technology, which should mean no motion blur.

Susi Weaser
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