LG LZ9700 Largest 3D-Capable TV Heads for CES Showcase

December 27, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

This CES is going to be all the more exciting with many a tech major getting set to flaunt their next-generation stuff. As is expected, Korean player LG will also be there, and this time around, it’s going to be an amazing mix of new gen products.

LG has made it official that the company’s CES 2011 mix would comprise the largest 3D-capable TV ever, as well as a portable 3D TV for the new mobile ATSC format.  Now that sounds good, indeed.

The company’s largest 3D television boasts of a whopping 72 inches of display and has been named LG LZ9700. The 72 inches make it much larger than the earlier best 60-inch 3D television sets that the company had outed.

Though not many details of the product have been let out, we expect the new 3D-enabled TVs to come with a full 480Hz refresh rate and LED backlighting. Further, LG is said to be throwing in the standard Internet video and TV app store support too.

The second product that would be on showcase at CES will be the mobile TV prototype and will come boasting of support for mobile ATSC broadcasts with glasses-free 3D. This will be possible even at speeds of up to 200km/h, it is expected.

LG’s technology has brought in the use of a chip that will also carry a data channel that can be used in smartphones. If you can make it to the CES this January, you will be able to see how it works, thanks to a demo that will be organized.

Head for the CES this January.

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