LG reveals the new world’s largest 3D LED TV
TV dwarfs Samsung’s 3D LED TV by seven inches
Just weeks after Samsung had announced the world's biggest 3D LED TV at 65 inches, LG Electronics (LG) has announced the launch of the 72-inch LZ9700, now the world's biggest 3D full LED TV.
LG's TV measures in at 59 inches wide and 40 inches tall, with LG's smart technologies, which are designed to allow users to access information online by using the contents cube feature. Users can also access YouTube and Google's Picasa and get further connectivity with a smart Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) function. This lets users wirelessly access files stored on other media devices.
"The LZ9700 combines the ultimate in LG's 3D picture quality with our latest developments in connectivity and smart technology," said HS Paik, president of LG Electronics Gulf. "With the LZ9700, LG is poised to take the lead in the 3D TV market with a clearer, bigger screen that delivers a truly outstanding 3D experience."
The TV also features TruMotion 400 Hz, which is designed to enrich 3D viewing and NetCast broadband, which allows the user to access instant streaming of movies, TV shows, video, as well as having a Widget-based user experience via Ethernet connectivity directly to the television.
The 72 inch LZ9700 will hit the UAE and all GCC markets in the first quarter of 2011.