Apparently LG has some big plans for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next month. Literally. LG on Thursday announced plans to unveil the world's largest 3D Ultra Definition (UD) TV, an 84-inch monster of a screen with Smart TV functions and an insanely high 3840x2160 screen resolution, all wrapped in a relatively slim bezel.
Samsung feels its latest 70-inch display is too awesome to be called a high definition set, so instead the company is promoting it as an Ultra Definition LCD panel.
The 70-inch TV sports a 240Hz LCD screen with "ground breaking oxide TFT semiconductor" technology enabling 8 million pixels at ultra speed. And yes, this TV set handles 3D content.
According to Samsung, the technology used results in a ginormous picture that's four times sharper than standard 3D sets, while also maintaining a smoother image. 3D glasses, however, are still part of the equation.