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Hidden inside of LGs new TVs are actually six "firsts" in TV technology, including slim LED-backlight, wireless 1080p Full HD, TruMotion 240Hz, faster response times, new networking capabilities and innovative energy saving features.
Flat Panel TVs
This year?s achievements include the world?s slimmest LED LCD TV - a 2009 CES Innovations Award honoree - wireless 1080p Full HD TV, broadband enabled TVs and energy saving display products. LG is also showcasing a 15-inch OLED TV prototype.
Ultra Slim LED-backlit LCD TV
The slim LED-backlit panel with local dimming technology is incorporated into the LG's LH90 series (LH90 and LHX), allowing for an extremely thin design with a built-in tuner. In its LHX line, LG was able to keep the set at a 24.8mm by using silicone lenses to amplify the light while simultaneously increasing backlight quality. LG?s LED Backlight technology creates an astoundingly high dynamic contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1 and incorporates TruMotion 240Hz technology.
Premium LCD TV product line - Wireless 1080p and 240Hz
LG's LHX and LH85 wall-mounted TVs deliver 1080p Full HD resolution from a wireless transmitter up to 30 feet away.
240Hz LED-scanning technology also creates clear images with natural movement. LG's TruMotion 240Hz technology eliminates motion blur using backlight control technology, instead of compensating with interpolation data as other sets do.
Broadband TVLG is also showcasing two new broadband HDTV series (LH50 LCD TV/PS80 PDP TV) with NetCast Entertainment Access that offer instant streaming of movies, TV shows, video and a widget-based user experience via Ethernet connectivity directly to the television.
The company?s new plasma TV series uses the latest generation of panel technology for improved brightness, reduced reflectivity and faster response times with 600Hz smooth motion. The 1080p series (PS60, PS80) also features THX Media Director Certification.