LG’s CES 2010 press conference has revealed a whole host of new gear coming soon from the Korean electronic giants.
As expected, 3D tech is big on the LG agenda. The new Infinia TV range has been announced, including the LE7500, LE8500 and the “3D ready” LE9500 model, happy to play nice with Sky 3D as the broadcasting firm suggested earlier. The flagship Infinia LE9500 features an 8.5 millimeter-wide frame and a “TruMotion” refresh rate of 480Hz. The set also features broadband TV functionality, giving users access to Skype, VUDU, YouTube, Netflix and Google’s Picasa service.
LG are also planning to release a 3D Blu-ray player too later on in the year, but you’d better start saving as it’s likely to have a massive price tag. A more affordable Blu-ray player, the BD 590 was also announced, rocking a 250GB hard drive to store flicks on.
LG also showed off a stunning, as-yet-unnamed 3D projector, pushing out a blinding 2500 lumens of brightness.
The LG Magic Motion remote was also back on show, much the same as its first appearance in Berlin last year. Looking a lot like a Wii remote, it’s a slick new home cinema controller.
Though only touched upon whilst showing a new Snapdragon powered projector phone, LG will be displaying a whole load of new smartphones tomorrow morning. Keep checking back to Tech Digest for more LG news from CES 2010.
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