LG LEX8 Nano Tech Powered Full LED 3D TV to Debut at IFA 2010 in Berlin

August 30, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

LG’s LEX8 Nano tech-powered 3D TV will debut at IFA 2010 in Berlin before going on sale in Germany and Korea next month. The Full LED 3D TV uses Nano Lighting Technology, which produces LG’s brightest, clearest and smoothest picture to date.

At just .88cm thick with a 1.25cm bezel, it comes with the slimmest and narrowest outline of any LED TV. It comes equipped with an extremely thin film printed with minuscule dots positioned in front of a full array of LEDs.

The film disperses light more evenly and effectively across the screen, creating pictures that are clearer and more refined. There is also an Anti-Reflection Panel on the LEX8 screen which minimizes reflection from an external light source, ensuring crystal clear pictures.

LEX8 also boasts of an improved localized dimming in both 2D and 3D with Micro Pixel Control. The DLNA-ready 3D TV also has LG’s TruMotion 400Hz for super-fast processing of moving images making the picture virtually blur-free.

It will also be coming with LG’s NetCast widgets and Magic Motion remote. No news on the pricing though. We guess, we will have to wait until the show opens later this week to get our eyes on this beauty and know more on this front.

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