LG Electronics announced the world's largest LED LCD TV, the 72-inch LEX9. With immersive images that are every bit as realistic and engrossing as those in the cinema, the 72LEX9 brings 3D action into viewers' homes. Using LG's exclusive FULL LED Technology, the LEX9 displays strikingly vivid and bright colors, and provides deeper black levels and uniform picture quality through its Spot Control Technology. In addition, TruMotion 400Hz practically eliminates screen blur even on fast action sequences. Framed within INFINIA Design's minimal structure, the LEX9 features NetCast, enabling viewers to access an array of online services such as video streaming and web albums. Also, a Wireless AV link and DLNA let users seamlessly access files stored on networked digital devices.
- 3D TV (Dynamic 3D)
- FULL LED Slim with Spot Control (Local Dimming)
- 72-inch class
- INFINIA Design: Ultra Slim Depth, Narrow Bezel
- TruMotion 400 Hz
- NetCast (Broadband TV)
Price and Availability
The LEX9 is expected to be released in Q2 2011. Price TBD.