LG launches world’s first full led 3D Tv in Nigeria



LG Electronics, last week in Lagos, launched into the Nigerian market the world’s first Full LED 3D TV. LG’s LX 9500 Full LED 3D TV, which is the world’s fastest television, comes with an unprecedented speed of 400Hz picture flip rate per second, completely eradicating blur pictures during viewing.

 The world’s only INFINIA TV comes with a unique “INFINIA” design with a super narrow bezel of 16mm which allows for fuller and more expansive 3D images ensuring consumers have an unforgettable experience.

It also comes with an innovative backlight structure that delivers magnificent pictures for the ultimate 3D experience.

Speaking at the launch, Mr. Dave Shin, General Manager, Home Entertainment division, LG Electronics West Africa Operations, disclosed that “the introduction of the world’s first Full LED 3D TV into the Nigerian market portrays the importance of the Nigerian consumer to LG Electronics by making sure that they are kept abreast of technological innovative products launched globally.”

“The Full LED 3D TV comes with a 10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and TrueMotion picture of 400Hz which ensures 400 frames are delivered per second which is eight times more than standard televisions which ensures the clearest, sharpest 3D images, no matter how fast the action is.

“The New LX 9500 Full LED technology validates LG’s position as a global leader in 3D home entertainment which would set a higher benchmark in the global 3D TV industry.

“The bezel of the INFINIA Full LED TV is 16mm wide, which produces a richer, more immersive 3D picture while the frame is as narrow as a little finger.

“The LX 9500 Full LED TV removes the stress of wires in living rooms with its complete  wireless connection making your living room both elegant and tidy.”