LG's 84" 3D "Ultra-Definition" TV Boasts 3,840 x 2,160 Resolution

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News Posted: Fri, Dec 30 2011 12:48 AM
Say hello to the TV you'll go to bed dreaming about. This is more than just a platter of pixels; this is what technology lust is made of. LG has just announced plans to formally unveil the largest 3D Ultra Definition TV at CES 2012. It's an 84" beast that truly breaks new ground, boasting 8 million pixels, four times the resolution clarity (3840x2160) of existing Full HD TV panels.

Combined with LG's Slim and Narrow Bezel Design, the 3D UD TV provides the most convincing 3D viewing experience currently available outside of a movie theater. What's more, 3D Depth Control allows users to customize their viewing experience by controlling the 3D effect while 3D Sound Zooming provides users with 3D sound that rivals the output of all but the best home theater systems.


Via the superior display panel, users can access LG's Smart TV ecosystem, which comprises over 1,200 apps and gives users access to a growing range of premium content services such as the 3D Zone where viewers can select from a wealth of 3D movies. The imbedded 2D to 3D conversion engine expands the availability of 3D content to limitless levels. Users can easily browse and navigate the Smart TV ecosystem using LG's new, ergonomically-designed Magic Remote which now recognizes four different types of command input: Voice Recognition, Wheel, Magic Gesture and Point.

The only thing missing? A price, go figure.
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FubarJeb replied on Fri, Dec 30 2011 3:04 AM

/drool...

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Aoshi replied on Fri, Dec 30 2011 3:32 AM

holy crap that's awesome. Probably easily $5000+

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CDeeter replied on Fri, Dec 30 2011 7:48 AM

Now that's impressive.

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jonation replied on Fri, Dec 30 2011 10:43 AM

you no longer need to mount it on a wall, it is the wall.

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Inspector replied on Fri, Dec 30 2011 2:57 PM

I see 6 in my room!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol... as my walls :D

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boybunny replied on Fri, Dec 30 2011 8:54 PM

But it has no apple logo on it. These things called "features" actually make this inferior to a 1080p 30 inch tv from apple. Features only destroy the "apple experience" (of having no features). And how dare they come out with voice commands and gesture commands before Apple is the first in the world to invent them!

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AKwyn replied on Fri, Dec 30 2011 10:09 PM

I can see 2K/4K content getting major plays on this. Finally nice to see such a TV taking advantage of the resolution both of those formats provide, at least with these TV's, 2K/4K content will see a minor boost related to the niche this TV will create; plus it is really big.

 

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mhenriday replied on Sat, Dec 31 2011 10:40 AM

And I, who was thinking of getting a 27", 2560 x 1440 PLS monitor now that prices have come down ! I'd really like to see a review on this monster as a computer monitor even if in my case, it would mean doing a new and expensive upgrade to my latest build, which I've just upgraded....

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jbox21 replied on Tue, Jan 3 2012 2:58 PM

@Aoshi: holy crap that's awesome. Probably easily $5000+

You're kidding right? Given that 2011's Panasonic 65VT30 Plasma opened at $4300 retail, Sony's 65HX929 opened at around $6000 retail, and Sharp's Elite PRO70X5FD is $8500...... this 85" UD will be WELL over $10,000.

Doesn't mean it isn't awesome though. Given I just bought a 65VT30 mid 2011, maybe these will be in a reasonable price range by the time I'm ready to upgrade it.

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