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Mark Peters
CES report
Sunday 10th, January 2010
Posted by: Mark Peters

Infinia, an innovative new family of LED LCD HDTVs from LG Electronics that delivers “freedom through infinite possibilities,” highlights the company’s 2010 lineup of LED LCD HDTVs introduced at the International Consumer Electronics Show. LG Infinia HDTVs (the LE9500, LE8500 and LE7500 series) combine a slim design and thin bezel with enhanced connectivity and abundant content options. Leading the way to the ultimate home entertainment experience, the 55- and 47-inch class LG LE9500 sets will be LG’s first 3D-ready models available in the United States. Infinia is the flagship of LG’s 41-model LED LCD HDTV line - six new series of LED LCD HDTVs and five new series of LCD HDTVs.

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New High Definition televisions, 3D projectors, 4K capture devices and other innovative video products are showcased at the Consumer Electronics Show, better known as CES, in Las Vegas. Major manufacturers will give an exclusive preview of their upcoming product line for this season and even for the second season for this year. Television sets become the central for today’s house hold. Consumers will have the possibility to enjoy their home made entertainment, 3D video content or 3D photography, Internet or their Social Media activities. Televisions sets, whether Plasma, Full LED or other technique create a unique experience for young and old. Attendees of this year’s CES 2012 show in Las Vegas will be the first experience the richness of the multimedia industry.