LG To Show World's Slimmest LED LCD TV At CES 2009

Posted: Dec 30 2008, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:21pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
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LG isn’t content with announcing only the world's first 480Hz refresh rate TV at CES 2009, the company is also going for the world's slimmest LED backlit LCD TV as well. LG's LH95 HDTV is only 24.8mm thick and supports 240Hz TrueMotion technology.

Contrast ratio for the set is said to be 2,000,000:1. LED backlighting has benefits other than simply making screens thin. The LEDs use less power, making the sets greener, and offer better contrast ratios.

It's not clear if LG is using colored LEDs for the backlighting or if they are white. Colored LEDs promise better color reproduction as well. This would be an excellent set for hanging on a wall. LG hasn’t said what size the screen will be, as cool as it looks it may be a small TV. I'd like one of these in 55-inch size hanging on my wall.

Via Aving

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