LG unveils their new LX9500 model. This is the world’s first Full LED 3D TV using an innovative backlight structure to deliver spectacular 3D pictures, as it is illuminated by 1200 LED panels directly behind the screen (the 55 inch version).
The new LG LX9500 model also features 400/480 Hz technology to make motion even smoother. 400/480 Hz probably means a 200/240 Hz frame interpolating system and a scanning backlight system. The new model also brings a “Multi Picture Format” feature that makes it possible to play back 3D video from a 3D camera in real-time without having to let the video go into the PC first.
As for multimedia functionalities, NetCast lets you access the internet through different widgets and services. LX9500 also supports Skype but you will need to acquire the Skype camera separately.
LX9500 will be available in 47 and 55 inches called 47LX9500 and 55LX9500. The TV should be on shelves around May 2010 in South Korea and later on in the States and Europe. LG suggests a price of 4,100 USD for the 47-inch model.
3D TV (Shutter glasses type)
Full LED Slim with Spot Control (Local Dimming)
Ultra Slim Depth, Narrow Bezel, Uni-layer, Uni-color
Full HD 1080p
10,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
TruMotion 400Hz (480Hz)
Picture Wizard II
Crystal Gradation with Varying Light (Facet)
Invisible Speaker (10W + 10W + 5W)
Clear Voice II
NetCastTM ( Broadband TV )
SkypeTM (Video Call Function with optional Video Camera)
Wireless AV Link
DLNA ready (with optional DLNA Dongle)
USB 2.0 (HD DivX, MP3, JPEG play, MPO)
Smart Energy Saving Plus