LG Reveals 84" 3D UD TV Running at 3840 x 2160 Resolution

By Gary Cutlack on at

Look at that whopper. It's LG's forthcoming 3D UD TV, with the UD part of that standing for Ultra Definition -- meaning the display supports a staggering 3840 x 2160 image resolution, with its images composed of eight million pixels.

The set will be the star of January's CES tech show, where LG will be demonstrating the new 3D flat screen, which also includes compatibility with the company's Smart TV services and its "Magic Remote" voice and gesture controller.

You'll also get a 3D Depth Control slider, letting viewers fiddle with the perceived depth of the three-dimensional effect, so it can be adapted to best suit their eyes and brains. LG has not mentioned price yet. If you have to ask... [LG]