LG 3D LED HD TV (LX6500, LX9500) and Blu-ray Bundle With Free Glasses

Written By Sam on 14 July 2010
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Nailing into 3D-equipped consumer electronics market, LG has finally announced its much awaited 3D HDTV and Blu-ray setup and is soon expected to introduce various home entertainment packages to enthrall every one.

LG’s new HDTV and Blu-ray setup include a pair of attractive 3D active shutter glasses for free. Hitting the small screen, LX6500 and LX9500 LED HDTV embedded with will be the world’s first full LED 3D HDTV from LG. Delivering 3D technology, LX6500 is stylish and slim HDTV that would be available in 55- and 47-inch class screen sizes from the U.S. retailers wherein elevating picture quality LX9500 is based on Full LED Slim technology that supports detailed local dimming for improved contrast with an .92-inch wide bezel look. LX9500 incorporates LG’s “Magic Wand” remote system along with many other impressive features.

Along with the 3D HDTV’s, LG adds in 3D playback capabilities to its BX580 Network Blu-ray Disc Player. The improvised BX580 enables consumers to ravishingly enjoy new 3D content format along with online content capabilities from NetCast, including Netflix, CinemaNow, VUDU, YouTube, MLB.TV, Pandora, Picasa and AccuWeather.

This 1-2-3D bundle will include a $100 instant rebate along with a mail-in coupon for free copy of IMAX Under the Sea 3D to attract users worldwide. Top-notch companies like Sony, Panasonic, and Samsung are also heading towards 3D implementations; we are anticipating many enticing products from them in the near future as well. Let’s wait and watch who is the next one to blaze the 3D consumer electronics market!

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