As well as announcing a range of new artificial intelligent home robots will be showcased at CES 2017 later this week, LG will also be unveiling its new Super Ultra HD 4K TV hardware which will come equipped with nano cell technology and will take the form of the three new TVs the LG SJ8000, SJ8500 and SJ9500.
The Super UHD TV will be available to purchase during 2017 and each will be equipped with the Nano cell tech that provides uniformly-sized particles, to provide more accurate and consistent colours, even when you’re watching from an off-center position, says LG.
The LG press release published ahead of CES 2017 explains a little more about what you can expect from the new third generation range of LG TVs.
The third generation LG SUPER UHD TV lineup featuring Nano Cell technology will render the most realistic images possible, creating highly nuanced, accurate colors while enabling wider viewing angles. All of LG’s SUPER UHD TV models offer Active HDR with Dolby Vision allowing for multiple HDR formats, granting users access to the full spectrum of high-quality HDR content. And with the latest version of LG’s intuitive webOS smart TV platform, powerful audio capabilities coupled with the thin, aesthetically pleasing design of every LG SUPER UHD TV model, customers will have no trouble finding the perfect TV model to fit their needs and expectations.
Nano Cell LCD displays offer a technological advantage by employing uniformly-sized particles approximately one nanometer in diameter to create more subtle, accurate colors that can be viewed from wider angles than other TVs. Ideal for large, high-resolution TVs, LG SUPER UHD TVs with Nano Cell deliver consistent colors at wider viewing angles with virtually no color difference for viewers seated directly in front of the screen and those watching from a 60 degree angle.
Nano Cell achieves such impressive results by absorbing surplus light wavelengths, enhancing the purity of the colors displayed on the screen. These light absorbing capabilities allow LG’s new LCD displays to filter distinct colors with much greater precision, rendering each color exactly as it was intended by the original content producer. For example, the color green on conventional TVs can blend with other color wavelengths – such as yellow or blue – causing the color to fade and take on yellowish or cyan hues. LG Nano Cell dramatically reduces instances of color fading, image instability and other color degradation issues. Nano Cell technology also reduces on-screen light glow to maintain high picture quality even when the screen is surrounded by intense ambient lighting.
As more information about pricing and availability as announced by LG, hopefully during CES 2017 in the next couple of days, we will keep you up-to-date as always.
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