It was only yesterday that gizmoninja.com reported Apple’s patent pending 3D glasses which allowed consumer’s the ability off watching T.V.’s, listening to music on the go and computers . LG is stepping up their game. Recently posted 3D graphics would not be fully developed for another 8-10 years. LG has reported that they will be show casing a Gigantic 72″ 3D television. The release date is unknown at this time. LG is also making a run at 3D for mobile devices running a “LG2161R MDTV chip with NRT (non Real Time) technology”. CES will be amazing this year, give some feedback on what you would like to see…
LG, the consumer electronics giant from South Korea, will certainly intend to wow the crowds over at CES 2011 with their very own LZ9700 LED backlit 3D LCD HDTV, making it the largest in the market to date. It is able to handle both 2D and 3D content with aplomb, where the LZ9700 will be accompanied by TruMotion 400Hz for an even smoother viewing experience than before. Not only that, this puppy will come with LG’s very own Smart TV functions that allows owners to access a variety of TV applications, games and language classes among others. While LG did not reveal the pricing details of the LZ9700, you can be sure that it will not come cheap, and we will just have to wait until CES in slightly more than a week’s time to find out more.
LG does not only have a behemoth of a 3D TV that will be showcased at CES 2011, they also have another offering on the other end of the spectrum. Yup, the South Korean consumer electronics giant will be rolling out a new mobile digital TV that sports a 3D display, where we know it will be powered by the LG2161R MDTV chip with NRT (Non-Real Time) technology. To make it more interesting, it is able to broadcast 3D TV even when you’re moving at speeds of up to 200 km/h – this clearly points to its target market, where users commute daily on public transport that is fast and efficient, either that, or if you own a really fast car and don’t mind getting numerous tickets. Hopefully it will debut at CES 2011 next week, and will it feature a pair of 3D glasses to go along?
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