LG is now ready to make its mark in the 3D market, offering its very first Blu-ray 3D players and 3D TVs, and putting everything together in 3D bundles.
The company has just recently launched its Infinia LX6500 47-inch LED TV, and the LX9500 55-inch LED TV, its first 3D-ready television sets.
It is also going to push out its first Blu-ray player capable of playing Blu-ray 3D movies. And of course, the company has its own 3D active shutter glasses.
Like everyone else, LG wants you to buy all of your 3D products from them. So, for consumers who buy a 3D TV, the 3D Blu-ray player, and two pairs of activate shutter glasses, LG will discount everything by $100 and give you a free copy of the movieIMAX Under The Sea 3D.
"LG is now providing consumers with ‘something better’ in 3D ― sleek design, entertainment and online content options, and the extraordinary picture and sound quality that people have come to expect from LG," said LG SVP Peter Reiner in a statement.
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