LG's 2010 LED TV Range

Published: 07th May 2010
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LED TVs 1st came into the mainstream products in 2009, LED tvs are LCD TVs that use LEDs as the backlight instead of CCFl tubes. In 2009 Samsung had the largest range availble with other manufacturers having only a few version availble, but that all looks set to change for 2010.

LG's 2010 range will have a staggering 28 new LED TV sets launched across 8 different ranges. With something for everyone, from the top of the range 55 inch Infinia LE9500 local dimming LED-slim, 400HZ 3D ready LED TV with wireless technology, all the way down to the LE5300 series which brings LED backlighting technology to smaller class LCD televisions.

To provide cutting edge picture quality on its new ranges LG will be using 2 new LED Technologies, 'Full LED Slim' which uses up to 240 local dimming LED segments (LG 55LX9900 model) to provide deeper black levels and uniform picture quality, combined with a bezel thickness of only 8.5mm which is a thinness only seen before on Edge-lit sets. 'LED Plus' is the second technology, incorporated into the middle ranges (LE7500 and LE5900) LED Plus adds a more basic 16 segment local dimming backlight, which still offers improved picture quality and reduced energy consumption at a more competitive price.

The flagship series is the INFINIA LX9900 models which are set to be available in 47 inch and 55 inch version, will come with LG's Full LED Slim backlight technology and be 3D ready, with an incredible 400Hz refresh rates and broadband ready capabilities it's no wonder that it was awarded a 'Best Of Innovation' award at CES 2010.

There will even be new models smaller screen sizes than we have seen before, with the slim LED backlight versions being available in 19", 22", 26" versions, although not all models will be full 1080p.

With most other manufacturers releasing new ranges of LED Televisions, 2010 looks set to be the year they become the norm.

For more information, articles about LG LED Televisions, or to compare LG's LED tvs to other manufacturers visit http://www.led-tv-prices.co.uk - Your source for an unbiased price comparison for LED TVs.

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