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Hi Guys,


I just found that LG's new LW9800 Nano Full LED 3d Passive TV, with 480hz TrueMotion TV.



I thought LG was going to launch 4K Next generation TV but instead they end up with new nano tech TV. Which doesn't seems to be an big uplift to the TV tech.


I think TV tech, where its getting very profitable with the sale of plasma, LCD, LED and new 3D innovative market. we can see some failures like Toshiba Cell TV and Mitsubishi Laservue...


Has anyone seen this TV??





specification of TV is,


Key Features

Premium Content3D Videos-On-Demand2D to 3D ConversionComfortable 3D Glasses Certified Flicker-FreeFlexible Viewing AnglesMagic Motion Remote ControlSmart ShareTHX® Certified Display


DISPLAY

Screen size (in.)55

Display TypeLED technology

Full HD (1080p)Yes

Resolution1920 x 1080

Contrast Ratio10,000,000:1TruMotion480 HzColours Reproduction (R,G,B) Bit10 bitsViewing Angle178°/178°


VIDEO

XD Engine Yes

Aspect Ratio 16:9

3D Ready Yes



SPECIAL FEATURES

Intelligent Sensor-Yes

Wi-Fi Ready-Yes

Wireless Ready-Yes (Wireless kit sold seperately)

Picture Wizard II-Yes

Child Lock-Yes

Closed Caption-Yes

SimpLink (HDMI-CEC)-Yes

Clock On/ Off Time-Yes

Clock Sleep Timer-Yes

SmartTV-Yes

Cinema 3D-Yes

Magic Motion Remote Compatible-Yes

Nano Lighting Technology-Yes
 

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Hey guys, I found the info about this tv from the official Lg website so presumed that this tv has been launched somewhere. Some guys I think have got their hands on it and so I wanted an opinion on it.


As Lg promised 4k nano tech 3d tv which I expected to be released quite soon mainly for the full 3d effect in full hd. Also, with picture upscaling effect, it would be a huge impact on the current tv tech available on the market.


Similar to Mitsubishi laservue tv, and Hitachi cell tv plan, Lgs 4k tv could be one of the dreams that could collapse mid way.


Moving forward with the improvements to passive 3d tech which is definitely the way forward in comparison to the current shutter active technology.


Will Lg, as pioneers in 3d passive technology who are considered to be the driving force for the market, with genuine improvements and launches such as the lw9800 be just a profit orientated launch or will there be decent and valuable technology behind it?


This model has already come under the scrutiny of tech critics who by the sound of things are not that impressed. What to expect then people?
 

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Intelligent SensorYes

Wi-Fi ReadyYes

Wireless ReadyYes (Wireless kit sold seperately) (?)

Picture Wizard IIYes

Child LockYes

Closed CaptionYes

SimpLink (HDMI-CEC)Yes

Clock On/ Off TimeYes

Clock Sleep TimerYes

SmartTVYes

Cinema 3DYes

Magic Motion Remote CompatibleYes

Nano Lighting TechnologyYes.


It appears LG doesn't keep all their web specs up to date. Reading the following, it states WiFi is built in:

http://www.proaudioinc.com/Dealer_Area/55LW9800.pdf
 

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just ask the 65LW6500 owners what they think of LG's web specs...240Hz, matte screen one posting...120Hz, glossy the next.
 

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North American Model is the 55LW9800.
 

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Originally Posted by p5browne /forum/post/20899300


North American Model is the 55LW9800.

Put in my pre-order deposit today. Dealer said I'm the third person to pre-order this set with him.


Re: The $1400 question - not even close!
 
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