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June 19, 2009

LG to release the first 3D TV


by David Allen

The electronics giant LG will begin to sell its first 3D TV!

The forty seven inch 47LH50 will go on sale in Korea next month.

The 47LH50 is a current model and the 3D version will share this number for the interim, although the company intends to be selling thirty million units by 2012.

The release of this 3D TV will assist BSkyB in its push to launch Sky+ 3D TV, something that the satellite broadcaster has been working on for some time.

To take advantage of the 3D effect, viewers will still need to wear the special glasses that make it all happen and it will be handy to get few spares.

Currently there is not much information on the cost, although these TVs are likely to be in the thousands rather than the hundreds of pounds.

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