Posted Tue Dec 30, 2014 at 02:00 PM PST by Steven Cohen
The Korean manufacturer is gearing up to debut several new 4K sets at the upcoming electronics show.
LG has announced that it will be demoing its new lineup of Ultra HD TVs at CES. The collection will include models that use Wide Color LED and Quantum Dot technology.
"LG 4K ULTRA HD TVs are designed to offer a viewing experience unmatched in the TV industry," said In-kyu Lee, senior vice president and head of the TV and monitor division at the LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company. "The breathtaking picture quality is underpinned by our latest ColorPrime series for a truly superb home entertainment experience."
LG's new Color Prime series offers superior color reproduction through the use of Wide Color LED or Quantum Dot technology. Wide Color LED tech works by using different phosphor-based LEDs to create improved color depth and more realistic images. In addition, new models will include IPS panels for wide viewing angles, True Black Control local dimming for deep black levels, a Natural Color feature for reducing color errors, and a Contrast Optimizer for maximizing color brightness and contrast. On the audio front, five of the company's Ultra HD models will come complete with multi-channel ULTRA Surround Systems and the upcoming premium UF9500 series includes an integrated Auditorium Stand to reflect and centralize sound for better performance. Finally, LG's Ultra HD TVs also feature the manufacturer's new webOS 2.0 smart TV platform, a built-in 4K upscaler, and HEVC decoding for 4K content.
Full details on LG's latest Ultra HD TV models will be revealed at CES in Las Vegas on January 6-9.
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