It appears that LG is thinking big at this year's IFA trade show, as its collection of displays now welcomes what an official announcement dubs the largest FULL LED 3D TV in the world.
The 2011 edition of the IFA trade show is underway, with many new products, and even some older ones, put on show for all to see and even play with.
We even have two colleagues on the site, eagerly taking photos and even videos of some of them.
For those who want to get an idea of what they would see if they were present at the event, we set up a special section here
LG itself is putting on quite the show, especially when it comes to large format display solutions for the consumer segment.
A small part of the consumer segment, it turns out, as the highlights of its participation are not for the faint of heart or modest finances.
The huge displays equipped with touch technology and stylus support are exhibit A, and we even shot a video
of the PenTouch in action.
Apparently, LG has something even bigger in store, albeit not featuring touch support, though this won't really be an issue considering that the screen size of 72 inches will imply an ever-present need of keeping one's distance, lest they not be able to keep the full image into view.
Dubbed LZ9900, it actually incorporates support for the 3D mode, reliant on passive glasses, and uses an IPS display.
Our fellows over at the show say that the effect is quite faithfully rendered, although eye fatigue may become an issue a bit fast (and it takes a while to grow comfortable to the experience), not that this isn't more or less common for such screens.
The TV uses LED backlighting and boasts LG’s CINEMA 3D and Smart TV technology.
Unfortunately, no exact availability or pricing details were provided, though it is obvious that the price will be high.
Note: Fellow editors Cosmin Vasile and Sorin Nita are on the floor at the 2011 IFA Show and are keeping us posted with pictures and live reports on the latest product previews and launches.