LG Bringing 84″ 4K 3D LCD to CES 2012


LG is going to have an exciting booth at CES this year. We heard recently about the 55″ OLED TV they are planning on showing at CES 2012, and now comes word that LG is also going to be showing off an 84″ 4K 3D LCD TV. As with the OLED TV, showing off a TV at CES is absolutely no guarantee that we are going to be seeing production models on the shelves of Best Buy anytime soon. Of course, there’s also the issue of finding content for a TV with a resolution of 3840×2160. Other than a couple of sample clips on YouTube, 4K video has been largely the province of movie theaters. I wonder if Sony will be prepping Blu-Ray’s 4K format successor for the PS4.

LG’s 3D UD TV, which will make an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2012, is an 84-inch master of entertainment with 8 million pixels, a Slim and Narrow Bezel Design, 3840×2160 resolution, 3D Depth Control (to control the 3D effect) and 3D Sound Zooming for a whole new audio experience.


  • :drool:
    now back to my


    <sigh> now back to my 47″…

  • OK two observations…
    1 –

    OK two observations…

    1 – Bezel width don’t mean squat because when the lights dim and the show goes on nobody is checking out the bezel, that’s for sure.

    2 – Lowtech’s principle rule # 19, there ain’t no such thing as too big of a flat panel TV unless the damn thing won’t fit in the room…nuff said.


    I’m done…Happy New Year Everyone!

    • I’ll second LowTech’s

      I’ll second LowTech’s principle rule #19!

    • What if the room is large

      What if the room is large enough but the door isn’t? Does the rule still apply? 

      • Aaron Ledger wrote:

        What if

        [quote=Aaron Ledger]

        What if the room is large enough but the door isn’t? Does the rule still apply? 


        Cut the wall to get it in, I’m sure the wife won’t mind…

  • George L. Schmauch Jr.

    I’m sure the wife would LOVE

    I’m sure the wife would LOVE a new, huge picture window in that room.  It’s absolutely PURE coincidence that the TV just happens to fit nicely through the hole.