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The LG LM8600 may feature a "barely there" bezel surrounding its Cinema Screen Design, but its upgraded Motion Remote and 3D gaming features are also worth a look.
LG has kicked off a promotion around its TV range, giving customers up to AU$1000 worth of cinema tickets and an opportunity to win a single prize of AU$100,000.
LG unveiled its Australian TV range last night, showcasing the innovations that we first saw at CES, including Intel's Wireless Display (WiDi) technology, Dual-Play for gamers and some new advances in 3D.
CNET compares the 2012 lineups of major TV makers based on their CES announcements. First up: LG.
LG's 2012 line of LED-based LCDs with full-array local dimming LED backlights now include more screen sizes, including a 60-inch option.
LG is touting its line of 2012 plasma TVs, including the flagship PM9700 series, as delivering black levels that are 35 percent to 40 percent deeper than the company's previous generation.
LG announces its range of Cinema Screens, which feature 5mm thin bezels and a wealth of features including passive 3D and an upgraded smart remote.
Skipping over small screens, LG plans this year plans to release the 55-inch EM9600, which includes goodies such as passive 3D TV and smart TV in a 4mm-thick design.
At CES today, LG shows how important televisions, 3D, and Google TV are to its 2012 plans. Let's just say, waaaay important.