22 December 2012

Nigeria: LG Launches 84-Inch 3d Television

Lagos — LG Electronics has introduced the world's first 84-inch Ultra Definition (UD) Cinema 3D Smart television into the Nigerian market. The TV, also known as 84LM9600, with the sheer size of the display, equals to four units of 42-inch TVs.

Speaking at the official launch of the product in Lagos, General Manager, Home Entertainment Division, LG Electronics, Mr. Dave Shin said the TV's 2.2 speaker system delivers a sound output of 50W, boasting two woofers, which delivers an incredible depth and energy, bringing eye-encompassing visuals to life with exhilarating sound.

Shin said "it is apparent that our industry is driven by innovation and Ultra Definition which is our latest invention will transform viewing experience. This landmark is a pivotal moment in TV history because the Ultra HD 4K technology will make it possible for consumers to enjoy crystal clear picture quality. The LG 84-inch UD TV offers quadruple the detail of a full HD 1080p unit, with 8 million pixels."

The Managing Director, Fouani Nigeria Limited, Mr. Mohammed Fouani said the TV's Triple XD Engine comes with a TruMotion of 240 Hz with the benefit of fast screen refresh rate which guarantees quality viewing of fast movies and sports.

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