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Monday, 05 January 2009 13:49

LG's 55-inch LH9500 16:9 super-slim LED backlit LCD TV unveiled

Written by Fudzilla staff

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With integrated Wireless HD and DivX HD


LG has
recently given Snuff.tv a sneak preview information of its upcoming super-slim 55-inch LH9500 LED backlit LCD TV.

The display, set to debut at CES 2009 in less than 72 hours, boasts an incredible 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and features the company's own 240Hz TrueMotion Drive dejudder technology. With a mere thickness of just 24.8 millimeters (0.976 inches), the LCD is definitely an eye grabber for its super-slim appeal.  According to several picture shots, we believe the display also has a native 16:9 aspect ratio due to its peculiar width. 

In addition, the display expectedly features DivX HD support, allowing for HD content to be viewed via USB or Bluetooth. Another feature reported for this model is LG's Intelligent Sensor technology, which supposedly analyses the ambient light in a room and then automatically adjusts the picture settings for optimal quality. As far as wired connectivity options are concerned, HDMI ports will be standard as as we've recently mentioned, LG's newer displays such as this model will allow Netflix videos to be streamed from the Internet without the need for an additional device.

Unfortunately, the MSRP has not been released yet, but we don't expect it to come cheap. As one of the more noteworthy LCDs we've seen, we are eager see if it impresses in person shortly.

Fudzilla staff

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