LG launches 84” UHD 3D TV, not twice but four times your HD resolution
Head over to Anson’s Makati and you’ll see the behemoth 84” UHD or QuadHD 3D TV from LG. I can only count up to three of my fingers of TVs I’ve personally seen having four times the resolution of an HD screen and the sharpness and picture detail never fail to impress me.
Not only is this TV ultra-sharp with a screen having a massive 8 million pixels (3840 x 2160) but at 84”, this TV is just humongous. Put this on your living room and throw a party, I’m sure one person would simply blurt out something like “That’s one big ass TV!” Even at a comfortable viewing distance, the TV will still cover your peripheral view so it’s just like having your own personal theater.
You might be asking what’s the point of such ultra-high resolution if you’re watching standard content or even just 720p videos. This UHD 3D TV has an upscaler feature which with the help of LG’s Triple XD Engine can make your HD/SD content provide a higher level of detail.
Aside from the size and resolution, this TV inherits the DNA of LG’s Cinema 3D Smart TV. 3D viewing uses passive 3D glasses that are light (stylish even) and doesn’t require any power. It also has the Dual Play feature allowing you to play two-player games on a single TV with each player getting its own different view of the playing field in full screen.
Since this is also a Smart TV, you can access the LG’s Smart TV ecosystem and its approximately 1,400 apps and premium media content. Use the latest incarnation of the Magic Remote to quickly navigate the LG Home Dashboard.
Audio from the LG 84” UHD 3D TV is provided by a 2.2 speaker system consisting of two 10W speakers and two 15W woofers. I’m sure you can find a very suitable home entertainment system to take advantage of the 3D Sound Zooming feature of this TV that generates sound according to on-screen objects location and movement.
So how much do you need to shell out to have this big-ass TV? The LG 84” UHD 3D TV goes for Php849,990 which is less expensive than Sony’s own 84” UHD TV.