LG does not only have a behemoth of a 3D TV that will be showcased at CES 2011, they also have another offering on the other end of the spectrum. Yup, the South Korean consumer electronics giant will be rolling out a new mobile digital TV that sports a 3D display, where we know it will be powered by the LG2161R MDTV chip with NRT (Non-Real Time) technology. To make it more interesting, it is able to broadcast 3D TV even when you’re moving at speeds of up to 200 km/h – this clearly points to its target market, where users commute daily on public transport that is fast and efficient, either that, or if you own a really fast car and don’t mind getting numerous tickets. Hopefully it will debut at CES 2011 next week, and will it feature a pair of 3D glasses to go along?
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