LG 84 Inch 3DTV gets 3840 x 2160 Resolution

LG has given details of a new 84 inch 3DTV that uses UHD (ultra high definition) to keep images looking crisp. The screen has an impressive 3,840 x 2,160 resolution and is the biggest of it’s kind. There is no price tag on it, but expect to pay easily in to 5 figures for a TV like this.

As well as showing off a huge 3DTV, LG also are working on something the company calls “liquid lens” that allows 3DTV to function without the use of glasses. No details of exactly what Liquid Lens is and how it will work are known just yet.

IPS technology is also being pushed at the SID 2010 event where a 47 inch HDTV was seen as well as a 32 inch pro monitor and a 9.7 inch smartbook each using IPS technology to give a crystal clear image.

Other products have been on display too including a 9.7 inch flexible ePaper that was seen earlier this year.

No release dates, prices or much else is known although it could be more than a year before we see these products. If we do hear anything in terms of launch dates etc… we’ll provide an update.


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