Posted Wed Sep 15, 2010 at 07:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
At 72 inches, the LEX9 is huge, feature packed, and 3D capable.
There's a world that exists past sixty inches. It's a world dominated by DLP televisions and all types of projectors. It's not a place where LCD sets go often, but LG is going there in a very big way.
The LEX9, LG's recently announced LED backlit LCD set, comes in at a massive 72 inches. It's the largest LED LCD in the world, and by default that makes it the largest 3D LED LCD in the world as well. It sports TruMotion 400Hz that helps to eliminate screen blur and makes sure 3D is nice and easy to watch.
LG's LEX9 sports the familiar Infinia design – it's incredibly thin and features a narrow bezel. It's also equipped with everything you'd expect from a high end LG set, like DLNA compliance and NetCast functionality.
There's no word on pricing yet, but we'll certainly find out more before the LEX9 is released in the spring of 2011.
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