LG’s LM230WF4 display is 3D with 1080p
by Mark R
Considering all of the 3D action that I saw at CES last January, it is not surprising that LG is getting into the game. Not only are they now in the game, but they are on the verge of becoming a star player.
The company announced that they are the first to produce an LCD panel with 3D and 1080p capabilities. This monitor is a 23-inch LM230WF4, and I am guessing that you will have to use the glasses that the model is wearing from the photo, and I’m also guessing that these glasses are probably electronic so they can have the flash effect that is necessary for the 3D effects that I saw at last January’s CES.
It’s hard to believe that they put 1080p and 3D in the same package, but they also gave it 400cd/m2 brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, as well as a 3ms response time. LG intends to offer trial services of 3D broadcasting in the second half of 2010 in Korea, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
Strangely enough, we don’t have a price, availability date, or when this guy will be available for buying. Considering all the 3D hype that will probably occur at CES 2010, I’m guessing it will be sooner rather than later.