LG TM2792 Personal TV packs WiDi, MHL and standalone web

LG has revealed its latest smart TV, the LG TM2792 Personal TV, a kitchen and bedroom scale set that doesn't stint on display performance or media streaming abilities. Measuring in at 27-inches, the Full HD TV uses an LED IPS panel for better quality video and 250 nits brightness, with 3D support and integrated WiFi Direct, WiDi and DLNA for streaming directly from notebooks or other devices.

There's also an MHL HDMI connection, allowing a phone or tablet to be easily hooked up for showing off whatever photos or videos you might have shot. Other connections include VGA, composite and component, along with SCART, three USB ports – which will support a keyboard and mouse, allowing the TM2792 to be used as a web-surfing interface without your PC turned on – and wired ethernet.

The panel itself is clad in a narrow metal bezel, and LG throws in its Magic Remote for navigating through the on-screen dashboard. That supports video-on-demand, LG Smart World apps and more; the TM2792 can also convert 2D to 3D and includes twin 7W speakers.

No word on pricing for the TM2792, but it will go on sale in September and we'll find out more at IFA 2012 this coming week.