LG has been setting the standard with their flicker free 3D HDTVs. We recently reviewed the LG 47LW6500 and the 42LW5700 and they performed well where the 3D aspect was concerned. The Korean based company has now unveiled the LW980S, which they tout as the newest development in home entertainment. LG claims that the LW980S is a top of-the-class TV that combines LG's advanced CINEMA 3D technology, Smart TV functions and NANO FULL LED all in one sleek package.
Really slim bezel
Like the models reviewed by us, the LW980S comes with comfortable, lightweight glasses that don't need to be recharged and are easily replaceable. With their latest HDTV, LG claims that they have tackled the issue of not enough content with a proprietary 2D to 3D conversion technology that guarantees a ready supply of shows and movies in high quality 3D. The other main feature of this CINEMA 3D TV are the blacklight levels which boast an extremely high contrast ratio of 10,000,000:1. The HDTV also features Full-LED technology and with LED devices which enable nearly 2,300 screens across the back and keep it sharper and brighter with dense implementation of 3D images.
10,000,000:1 contrast ratio!
Through LG Apps which are available by accessing the Internet through the Ethernet port, one can also get 3D Video-on-Demand. Other features of this television include Magic Motion remote control, Smart TV menus as well as built-in Wi-Fi. The LW980S will be unveiled internationally at Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA Berlin) which is a global trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances taking place from September 2-7 in Germany. For more details on this CINEMA 3D TV click here.