LG announces 84-inch 3D Ultra Definition TV, will show it to you in person at CES

mercurial

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LG is on a roll with the incredibly awesome televisions. After the 55-inch OLED TV that we saw last week, which also happened to be the world’s largest OLED TV, today they have announced the gigantic 84-inch 3D Ultra Definition TV, which, again, is the largest in the world.

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The key feature here is the Ultra Definition panel, which has a resolution of 3840 x 2160, four times the resolution of current Full HD panels. It uses LG’s Slim and Narrow Bezel design, which makes the display look like it’s going from edge to edge and does not jut out too much from your wall. The TV will come with a set of passive 3D glasses.
No mention of pricing or availability has been made. We will probably find that out during CES itself.

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Roman4604

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Inevitable the advocates of passive 3D (led by LG) would push for full 1080p 3D, we'll have to see how long it takes to filter down to more reasonable mid-range sets. Cant see any other purpose for Ultra Def at the moment, besides viewing your 8MP snapshots at their native resolution.
 

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Cant see any other purpose for Ultra Def at the moment, besides viewing your 8MP snapshots at their native resolution.

Well not for home use, no. Most media content for consumers is provided at 1080p max. But this will definitely interest lots of businesses. Think long distance video conferencing in high-def (tele-presence), digital advertising in malls, banks, up-market stores, jewellery stores, for presentations by big business, etc. I could think of lots of other business uses.
 

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Interesting. No glasses 3DTV :)
Yeah and I would also guess advanced smartphone/tablet (embedded Google TV platform <-> Android?) integration. I doubt anything in a teaser like this is accidental.
 
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