LG PZ950 shipping now
LGs 2011 plasma TVs have started shipping

29 Mar 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG unveiled new 2011 plasma TVs at CES 2011 in Las Vegas and the first LG plasma TVs are now in shipping in the US. PZ950 and PZ550 are available now and PZ750 is up for pre-order with a 2-5 weeks shipping time.

PZ550 now, PZ750 soon

LG has some interesting plasma TVs lined up for 2011 with focus on picture quality, Smart TV and 3D. A few of the most interested models are called PZ550, PZ750 and PZ950.

LG PZ950

LG has big plans with their new Smart TV platform that enables users to access all kinds of internet services such as Netflix, CinemaNow and VUDU, as well as small games and a web browser with flash support. All of the aforementioned TVs also support 3D.
The flagship model PZ950 will feature a new slim Borderless design, and a TruBlack filter.

PZ950 is shipping now. See the links for prices:
  • 50-inches
  • 60 inches

    The PZ550 range is also shipping:
  • 50-inches
  • 60-inches

    PZ750 is up for pre-order and will start shipping within a few weeks:
  • 50-inches
  • 60-inches

    To read more about LG’s 2011 TV line-up see this article: LG 2011 TV line-up - with full spec list

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