LG Unveils World’s Largest Ultra HD Television – 84 Inches At $19,999

If you truly wish to savor your eyes at the real-life size of your favorite videos, here is just the thing you need. LG has unveiled world’s largest Ultra HD television sized at 84-inches, just as we had reported earlier. Naturally, the price of this huge TV is going to dig a hole in your pocket, costing you a cool $19,999.

LG Ultra HD TV

The model number of this 84-inches pixel-dense machine is LG 84LM9600 and comes with a whopping resolution of 3840 x 2160. This resolution is several notches higher than the best 1080p TVs available in the market.

Nonetheless, the good part is that you can stream 1080p content right on this 84 incher. That, in many ways, is very useful since content available in ultra HD resolution is very scarce right now. The TV is able to stream 1080p content by making use of ‘Resolution Upscaler Plus’ technology.

The TV can play 3D content and comes with six pairs of 3D glasses which can really turn your home studio into a 3D cinema. Also, there are some very cool goodies for the avid gamers. Two gamers can watch a game and play it at the same time without having to use split-screen feature. All the gamers need is to put on the special glasses which are fed two different video streams by the TV.

The TV also has a built-in Wi-Fi connection which makes it very convenient to stream content online straight to the massive display. It supports a whole range of audio and video formats, so you can stream content from a number of online services and play your own content without having to install any new codecs.

If you are thinking that the TV is going to be a bulky one, you may want to think again. It measures a mere 1.57-inches thick and is about 150 pounds in weight. The listed price of this TV is currently listed as $19,999 but for the potential buyers, the good news are that LG has plans of making it available at $16,999.

Source: LG

Courtesy: Digital Trends

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