LG's Nano Full LED results in 7.8 mm thin 3D TV
IFA 2010, one of the world's most popular consumer electronics shows, will be all about 3D TV. LG, according to I4U, is going to be showing off a new 3D technology it calls Nano Full LED. According to LG, the technology enables it to enhance the direct backlighting behind its 3D panels with a micro lense-carrying nano screen. The nano screen makes the backlighting much more granular resulting in a sharper picture.
It makes sense that a nano screen would be slim and the Nano Full LED 3D TV being shown off this weekend at IFA is just that. At 7.8 mm thin, it's one of the skinniest TVs around. And with its 10 mm bezel, it'll be nothing but crisp, clear 3D picture.
I'm looking forward to hearing more about this TV.
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Posted by Justin Davey at July 15, 2010 8:50 AM