LG is to start shipping its LX9500 3D TV from 19 May, if a leaked roadmap direct from LG itself is to be believed.
The doc was supposedly sent to and later published by CNET, whose original story on the matter has now magically disappeared.
Of course, Google's Cache never lies – did it get removed following a rather strong worded phone call from LG?
The document suggested the LCD and plasma HD TVs announced at CES would be landing in March and April, the 3D-packing BD580 Blu-ray player would be landing in April alongside the company's active shutter glasses, and the LX9500 (previously known as the LE9500 – the company's only announced 3D TV to date) would be arriving in May – 19 May to be exact.
Finally, with Skype video calling enabled on all of its forthcoming TVs, LG will also be launching its 720p HD Skype webcam in May, followed by the as-yet unannounced, super-skinny LEX9 and LEX8 LED-backlit HDTVs with 480Hz refresh rates and screen sizes up to a whopping 72-inches. Wowsers. They're expected sometime in mid-to-late June.
All this, but still no prices. Humph. We'll keep you updated with anything more as we get it.