LG will be bringing all its display innovation to CES 2013, and have let us know that three Ultra HD TVs will be on display, as well as several other high-resolution displays for monitors and mobile devices. LG has also made further improvement to the 55-inch OLED-TV.
3 new Ultra HD TVs from LG
LG.Display – the manufacturing arm of LG – will bring 3 Ultra HD TVs to CES in 55, 65 and 84-inch sizes. The 84-inch version is not new but the two smaller variants are, and could lead the way to cheaper Ultra HD TVs. LG.Display not only produces TVs for LG but also a range of other brands, including Sony, Philips and Toshiba.
LG has unveiled Ultra HD displays in 55, 65 and 84 inch sizes
An Ultra HD TV – or 4K TV – has around 8 million pixels or four times that of today’s Full HD TVs. The new Ultra HD panels will also feature passive 3D technology.
LG promises to bring its 55-inch OLED-TV to market in 2012 but they never did. Instead they have made further improvements to the design which means that the OLED-TV is now 1/5th lighter, weighing just 3.5 kg. The panel is only 4 mm thin.
LG’s OLED-TV is now lighter than ever and will be exhibited in a new variant at CES 2013
Still no words on price or availability but we expect to hear more at CES 2013 this January.
Monitors, mobile devices and more
LG is also showcasing new high-resolution LCD panels for monitors, mobile devices and more. A new 30-inch with 4096x2160 pixel resolution is one of the highlights.
LG will also exhibit a new 7-inch tablet display with 1920x1200 pixels (and 324ppi) and a new 5.5-inch smartphone display with a pixel density of 403 ppi (pixels per inch).