LG joins the Ultra HD bandwagon as it launches 84-inch Ultra HD 3D TV in India
LG Electronics India recently unveiled it's offering to the world of Ultra HD Televisions as it launched it's 84-inch Ultra HD 3D TV in India. This launch is being seen as a response to the increasing demand from the consumers for bigger TV's with better functionality.
At the launch of it's new series, Soon Kwon, MD, LG Electronics India, said, "LGís 84 inch Ultra HD 3D TV represents a whole new level of home viewing experience because it offers every advanced technology we currently have to offer. Technology and design are key factors behind LG Home Entertainment products. With four times the pixel resolution of todayís HDTVs, ultra-HD technology promises to transform the home entertainment experience on giant displays, truly recreating the movie theater in your living room. Ultra-definition television will transform the giant-screen viewing experience in the years ahead, and LG is proud to bring this new technology to the Indian market so that consumers can enjoy a fully immersive experience."
The 84-inch Ulta HD 3D TV from LG has The TV has a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 and was unveiled during the Home Electronics Show that's currently under way in in New Delhi.
Some of you might not know don't know what Ultra HD TV is, it is basically a new term coined for those TV's that have four times the resolution of a "normal" Full HD TV.
It is also interesting to note that recently, other manufacturers like Sony and Toshiba have also launched similar products for the Indian markets.
LG India's new offering comes loaded with connectivity options as well like Wi-Fi, and Intelís WiDi (Wireless Display) technology, that would enable you to connect your Ultra HD TV and your PC without any cables or the internet.
The other high-end features of the TV include LG's magic remote, embedded 2D to 3D conversion, Smart Share plus, voice recognition and a 2.2 speaker system that consists of two 10W speakers and two 15W woofers.
Commenting on the future plans for the company in India, Kwon said, "We are targeting business worth Rs 1,000 crore from 3D TVs and aim to consolidate our position in the Flat Panel TV segment with 30 per cent market share and 45 per cent market share in 3D TV."
The new 84-inch Ultra HD TV is priced at Rs.17 lakh and goes on sale starting November 1.