In April this year, LG launched its pioneeringw new home entertainment range. The range showcased the latest in cutting edge technology from LG, such as the groundbreaking and unique Cinema 3D.
The range reflects LG’s ongoing commitment to innovation, design and functionality; proving that something that works, can also be easy on the eye and progressive amongst its competitors.
Expanding their already extensive 3D offering, the range – which has been available since mid-April from major retailers – is one of many to come from LG.
Prior to cinema, their 3D technology was adapted for their Smartphone, the LG Optimus 3D and they also released the world’s first flicker-free 3D TV range (LW450U, LW550T and LW650T series).
3D At Home
Using polarised glasses, weighing only 16 grams – almost half the weight of conventional 3D glasses – users are provided with a comfortable 3D viewing experience in home-appropriate screen dimensions ranging from 32 inches to 55 inches.
When you buy a Cinema 3D TV, you are provided with an extensive seven pairs of polarised glasses, with extras pairs costing only £2 each.
The frames are ergonomic and designed with your viewing pleasure in mind; lightweight and comfortable, they do not require batteries, charging or synchronisation with your Cinema 3D TV.
With several polarised glasses, it means that friends and family can enjoy the magic of 3D TV together in its stunning full HD capacity.
The Cinema 3D TV is more than two times brighter than other conventional 3D monitors, by way of using LG’s 3D technology, you are provided with brighter and clearer images.
This technology is able to counteract any dimness that can occur within 3D images through a special, thin film that covers the screen. In addition, the 3D monitors also produce exceptionally clear and vivid images in 2D.
With LG’s Super Energy Saving technology, the Cinema 3D TV uses a lower power consumption compared to that of LED and CCFL monitors, without any image loss – saving you energy and money.
About the Author: Barry Knightly is a writer and fan of Cinema 3D