LG launch full 3D range, including the LX9900 3D LED TV and BX580 3D Blu-ray player

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LG have today unleashed their portfolio of 3D tech to the masses. From May, home cinema enthusiasts will be able to pick up the LG LX9900 Full LED 3D Ready TV and BX580 3D Blu-ray player.

The LX9900 is as feature packed as any 3D TV we’ve yet seen. Incorporating active shutter glasses for a 1080p image per eye, the 47 and 55 inch models feature LG ‘s signature super-slim Infinia design for a seamless move from bezel to screen.

Also thrown into the LX9900 is silky image processing in the shape of the 400Hz TruMotion engine. Built in Freeview HD, DLNA networking, Netcast internet widgets and a healthy 4 HDMI ports round out the package.

LG have also promised full compatibility with Sky’s incoming 3D service, set to launch latter this year.

Those looking for the full package might want to have a look at the LG BX580 3D Blu-ray player. Playing 3D Blu-rays as well as regular Blu-ray and DVD discs, there’s a whole range of DLNA and internet widget features, as well as external HDD playback.

No news on pricing yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

Gerald Lynch
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  • After the LED era it is time for the 3D Tvs. comparing with the LED the 3D tv will be really high price. But it is worth for the money.

  • This is the newest technology after the Led TVs. It has been priced really high so and still people are not aware of what will be the 3D TV like.

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