Posted Tue Nov 16, 2010 at 09:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
3D sets with passive technology could be hitting a hotel room near you.
If you're staying at a hotel with an HDTV, chances are you'll be watching an LG. They're the number one provider to both the lodging industry and the hospitality industry, which means you're likely to find them at hospitals too.
The company has just unveiled two new product lines designed specifically for these industries, but it's the LD950C that's particularly interesting. It's a 3D set, designed for placement in hotel lobbies, restaurants and sports lounges. It's 47 inches diagonally and uses passive 3D tech, so there's no need for expensive active shutter glasses.
They also unveiled the LE530C, which is an LED backlit model designed to save energy while delighting guests. It's just 1.2 inches thick and boasts a contrast ratio of 3,000,000:1.
Source: PR Newswire
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