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LG unveils LB6300 mainstream LCD

LG has announced its mainstream LCD series for 2014, the LB6300, which comes with a smattering of high-end features and lots of sizes.

LG's Tim Alessi anounces the 2014 range of TVs Sarah Tew/CNET

LAS VEGAS -- LG has announced its mainstream LCD series for 2014, the LB6300, which comes with a smattering of high-end features and lots of sizes.

The LB6300 which will come in six in total -- 42-inch, 47-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, 60-inch and 65-inch screens.

From a "will you look at that!" perspective, the most impressive specification of the LB6300 is the combination of the new smart TV platform and the upgraded Magic Motion remote. The LG will feature the company's new WebOS smart TV platform which promises quick switching between streaming apps and cable. This is coupled with a new remote which now includes a much-needed Input button.

As far as other features are concerned it lacks any form of local dimming or even 3D playback. It does include 120Hz motion compensation and a number of new sound connectivity options. These include Bluetooth (to a sound bar) and Private Sound Mode which enables you to listen to the TV via a smartphone.

LG has yet to announce pricing or availability of the LB6300.

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