LG is on hand at IFA in Berlin and the company is showing off some of its new 3D TV offerings. LG has its first Plasma 3D set on hand at the show called the PX990. The set has active 3D tech and is the first set in the world to get the 3D THX certification. It also has a 600 Hz refresh rate.
LG is also showing off its existing 3D Blu-ray player the BX580. LG has its new LE4900 and LD490 sets at the show with integrated Freeview HD tuners. The LE4900 uses edge lit LED backlighting, supports full 1080p resolution, and has integrated NetCast broadband TV. The set is DLNA ready and has a 2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. It will come in 32-inch, 37-inch, and 42-inch sizes starting this month.
The LD490 is a LCD set with 1080p resolution that also has NetCast broadband TV, DLNA support, and a 60,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. It will also come in 32-inch, 37-inch, and 42-inch sizes starting in September. The details of the PX990 I mentioned before include Bluetooth, 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, NetCast with a wireless broadband dongle, and it will come in 50" and 60" sizes starting in October.