LG uncages Cinema Screen Design series, 84in behemoth and world's largest OLED TV
LG has revealed a host of stunning 1mm thin bezel-toting TVs at CES as part of their new Cinema Screen Design series, in addition to a colossal 84in Ultra HD set, world's largest OLED TV and a 3D home cinema system.
The LM6, LM760T and LM860V series all feature LED plus panels with a resolution upscaler and also come packing LG's Dual Play technology which allows two gamers to share two different full-screen gaming experiences on one screen, a la Sony's PlayStation TV.
Each Smart TV set comes with built-in Wi-Fi and two pairs of Dual Play Glasses and features a sexy 1mm-slim bezel, leaving (almost) nothing between the on-screen action and its surroundings.
LG has also lifted the curtains off its gargantuan 84in LCD TV which features a staggering Ultra HD resolution of 3840x2160 resolution – four times that of the current full HD standard.
Although you'd be hard-pressed to find content to display at such high resolutions, the extra pixels will future-proof your kit and will negate the loss in resolution experienced when watching 3D content.
The previously reported world's largest OLED TV was also among LG's lineup in the form of the EM960V, a 55in Cinema 3D TV which is sure to bowl us all over with stunning visuals in the latter half of this year.
The BH9520TW 3D surround sound home cinema system wraps things off rather nicely and features a 3D Blu-ray player, 9.1 speakers and iDevice support, with the promise of 360 degrees of unadulterated sound.
That's a lot of TV goodness for your eyes (and wallets) to take it, so take a deep breath and try not to get tempted by the stunningly thin bezels above. Wer're sure there's a lot more to CES where that came from.