LG’s First Nano Tech Powered 3D TV

Posted by at 8:24 pm on August 29, 2010

LG has brought out a new flagship HDTV. The LEX8 is LG’s first TV to use “nano lighting;” the LCD panel is covered in a film with nano-sized dots that spread light more evenly from LED backlights and produce a clearer overall image, according to LG. The set also brings a new form of local LED dimming that can control individual lights to further improve the contrast and accuracy.

The  set is just 0.35 inches thick and has an 0.49-inch bezel due to the new lighting system.

The LEX8 has a high-refresh of  400Hz panel that can support 3D.   The new set is  network-aware and supports   NetCast features as well as DLNA media sharing. A Magic Motion remote provides a level of mouse-like control over what’s in view.

Specs and  Features

  • NANO Lighting Technology
  • Micro Pixel Control
  • Infinite Contrast Ratio
  • INFINIA Design: 0.88cm Depth, 1.25cm Bezel
  • TruMotion 400Hz
  • 3D TV (Dynamic 3D)
  • Picture Wizard II
  • NetCast (Broadband TV)
  • DLNA Ready
  • Magic Motion Remote Control
  • USB 2.0 (DivX HD, MP3, JPEG, etc.)
  • Invisible Speakers (7W+7W(
  • Infinite Sound
  • Clear Voice II

Launch details haven’t been provided, but LG may provide more details when IFA opens on Thursday in Germany.

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