The flagship Infinia model, "Full LED Slim," (model: 55/47LE9500) features an 8.5 millimeter-wide frame and a refresh rate of 480Hz, the company said. LG's local dimming technology enhanced brightness and contrast rated at 7,000,000:1.
It also features broadband TV functionality, giving users access to Skype's internet telephony service and a wide range of videos from Netflix, VUDU, YouTube as well access to Google's Picasa Web Albums service.
The 55- and 47-inch class LE9500 sets will be LG's first 3D-ready models available in the United States.
Apart from Infinia series, LG will also display its "UltraSlim LED LCD TV," which is the industry's slimmest LCD TV measuring only 6.9 millimeter-thick.
The company will also showcase the 'InfiniBand Catania' LED LCD TV LE8500 and LE7500 models featuring 240Hz and 120Hz technologies, respectively.
The new series of the Infinia plasma panels include the 60PK950, which features the "True Black Filter" technology and double the contrast ratio of the existing PDP products.
The company's 3D television lineup includes a 72-inch model with a regular LCD screen and a 60-inch model with plasma display. The company also displayed a 3D projector designed to support a 150-inch screen.
LG set an aggressive sales target of 7 million units for LED LCD TVs.
LG is also introducing the DP570MH mobile digital television (DTV), which also offers DVD playback.