LG Launching New TV Models at CES

LG Launching New TV Models at CES

LG has announced recently that it would bring with the arrival of January 2013 seven new models. The new models have been planned to be launched at CES, a recent report has uncovered.

As per the findings, the seven models cover up 42-, 57-, 50-, 55- and 60-inch models, which are from the next GA6400 series. It has been informed that 47- and 55-inch Cinema Screen panels would also be there in the new GA7900 series.

The company has told that two new Google TVs are ready for their release in 2013. Both of the models would have QWERTY remote controls along with natural speech recognition.

Last year, singular G2 Google TV had been launched by the firm and this time it has been bringing 55-inch, 47-inch GA7900 accompanied with the GA6400, which is 60-inch down to 42-inch. The company says that the two TVs come with an integrated mic so that natural voice commands are realized.

Late December, the new Motion Remotes were announced by the company. It is being said that the design of the new models would be different from the same. However, these would be alike the reversible slab shipped with the G2. They would also have Passive Cinema 3D.


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