LG will be having another entry into the 3D TV market, with its LG LX9500 3DTV, which is slated to go on sale in early May in the U.S. and Europe, albeit the TV will be launching in Korea first. The LX9500 will support the active shutter glasses needed to let you experience the 3D effect, as well as HDMI 1.4 ports, USB 2.0, Wireless AV Link, Skype (via an optional camera), and is also DLNA-ready if you opt to add-on the dongle. There isn’t any official price to this 3D TV just yet, but reports hint that the 47-inch model will be going for 4.7m KRW, which is about $4,112, certainly not spare change.
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