LG presents a wide range of 3D enabled gadgets at the IFA 2011, but nothing they did not already announce before.
Often times in the past the IFA show did not reveal many new world premieres. This is getting better every year. Sony surprised yesterday with announcing a slew of brand new products at their IFA 2011 conference. LG issued today their IFA highlights press release and does not feature any new products, which they did not announce already. The LG LW980S Nano FUll LED HDTV was already announced in early August for instance. The LG IFA 2011 booth is still worth a visit though as it features a broad range of 3D enabled products.
LG's motto for the IFA 2011 is "Do it All in 3D."
“This year we’re showcasing a full 3D ecosystem that lets customers create and share their own 3D content and then watch it on the most comfortable 3D TVs on the market,” said Havis Kwon, President and CEO of LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company. “There is no company today as committed to giving consumers what they want than LG, and our display at this year’s IFA will show how successfully we’re achieving that.”
The IFA 2011 opens on September 2nd in Berlin, Germany. Read all the latest news and highlights in our IFA 2011 Hub.
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