Another day, another 3D TV-related news item. Today, it’s LG, which just announced [KR] what they say is the world’s biggest, commercially available 3D TV. Sized at 72 inches, the Infinia 72LEX9 is apparently available from today in Korea, and it features a number of impressive specs.
The features include:
- stereoscopic 3D (glasses required)
- 480Hz TruMotion panel
- full LED backlight
- 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio
- four HDMI ports, one USB port
- wireless AV link
- DLNA support
- YouTube, Google Picasa support
The Infinia 72LEX9 will go on sale in markets outside Korea in the second quarter of next year.
Mitsubishi actually holds the record for the biggest TVs with 3D capability. The Mitsubishi Diamond WD-82838 82-Inch 1080p 3D DLP HDTV has been available since Spring 2010, and their L75-A91 75-Inch 1080p LaserVue HDTV (3D ready) is bigger, too (available since June this year). The new LG model is the biggest 3D TV with LED backlight.