LG 72-inch LZ9700
LG 72" LZ9700 is world's largest 3DTV with Full LED

05 Jan 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG has unveiled the world's largest 3DTV based on Full LED technology. The new TV is called LZ9700 and promises superior picture quality comparable to other Full LED models – just in a much larger screen. LZ9700 is slated for release in the first half of 2011.

LG LZ9700 in 72 inches

LZ9700 builds on LG's patented Full LED technology, with LEDs behind the LCD panel and not along the sides (Edge LED). Coupled with LG’s Micro Pixel Control (LED local dimming) 72LZ9700 reproduces extremely deep black levels, LG says.

LG LZ9700
LG LZ9700


Naturally, 3D is supported, too, and the huge 72-inch TV helps to create a fantastic 3D cinematic experience. And the TruMotion 400/480 Hz system ensures smoother motion and reduced trailing.

LG LZ9700
LG LZ9700


LG’s new Smart TV interface is obligatory, and with the easy-to-use and intuitive interface users can search internet services such YouTube and Picasa. The Smart TV interface has also been updated to support LG’s TV Apps.

Specifications:
  • Full LED-backlit LCD
  • 3DTV
  • 72-inches
  • TruMotion 400Hz
  • Micro Pixel Control (Local Dimming)
  • Smart TV
  • Magic Motion Remote Control
  • Smart Share (DLNA, Media Link, USB, etc.)

    Pricing and Availability

    72-inch LG 72LZ9700 will be available during the first half of 2011. The price has not been announced yet but it's probably not the cheapest model from LG.



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