LG announced its first 32-inch plasma TV, the 32PC5RV, to be launched in Brazil this month.
This new plasma TV will also be released in 27 nations worldwide by November, including countries in Central/South and North America, Europe, CIS region, North and Southwest Asia and the Middle East. The company describes the new product as an affordable solution for buyers looking for plasma TVs in a small size ranges where LCD TVs are dominant.
The 32PC5RV's features a 16:9 aspect ratio screen and a 0.001 ms response time. Once home, it can be connected to devices such as DVD players and home theater systems through the TV?s HDMI or component ports, while LG?s SIMPLINK technology makes it easy to control an array of compatible devices with a single remote control.
As part of its strategy to drive technology forward and keep costs competitive, LG recently separated its plasma and LCD divisions.