Do LG TVs have 3D?

Do LG TVs have 3D?

With an LG 3D TV, multi-dimensional action is just the beginning. 2D-to-3D Conversion: In addition to watching native 3D content as it was intended, LG 3D 4K Ultra HD and OLED 4K TVs gives you the power to convert almost any 2D content into 3D entertainment.

Is a 2012 LG TV a Smart TV?

LG emphasizes the new Borderless design, a new Smart TV platform controlled by the Magic Remote with voice support, Google TV, and Cinema 3D. …

How long do LG TVs last in years?

If an LG TV is LED, LEDs have a lifespan between 40,000 to 60,000 hours or 4.5 to 6.8 years. Let’s say it’s between 5 and 7 years, with the understanding that you aren’t watching TV for 24 hours a day.

What kind of TVs are coming out from LG?

LG has a massive line-up of TVs prepared for 2013. LG will release its first OLED-TV, smaller Ultra HD TVs, tons of LED models and a few plasma TVs. Most of the new TVs come with Smart TV features and LG’s passive 3D technology, Cinema 3D.

When does the LG Ultra HD TV come out?

LG will also release new Ultra HD TVs in 2013 built on LCD technology. The Ultra HD TVs will be available in 65 and 55 inch sizes with four times the pixels of conventional Full HD TVs. 3840×2160 pixels will not only help make 2D content even more impressive but also take 3D to the next level with LG’s passive 3D glasses that require no batteries.

Can you use 3D glasses on a LG TV?

Your LG 3D TV recreates the same effect, displaying two separate images of the same scene at once. One antenna for your right eye, one for your left. Before you put on your 3D glasses, everything looks fuzzy. Out of sync but not for long. Put on your LG 3D glasses.

Are there any LG flat screen TVs left?

Discontinued TVs As entertaining as they are fashionable, TVs are the focal point of the room and can deliver a sleek, clean style to any setting. Available in LED, LCD and Plasma, with a host of features, and a range of sizes to fit your living space, there’s an LG flat-screen TV ready to address your viewing needs.

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