lg-4k-tvLG Electronics is proud to introduce their third-generation Ultra HD 4K LED TV range, where it will arrive in seven different screen sizes across a trio of model series, which would make consumers spoiled for choice. The 2014 models from LG have surpassed the Consumer Electronics Association’s new characteristics for “Connected Ultra HDTVs,” and have been specially designed from ground up to be able to deliver handle 4K content from streaming services like Netflix. In fact, a promotion that runs at the moment would see those who pick up a qualifying LG Ultra HD 4K TV by August 16 to be on the receiving end of a complimentary 12-month subscription to Netflix.

These new Ultra HD 4K LED TVs will start “small” from 49”, and it goes all the way to 84” in size. Of course, none of them will be able to hold a candle to the massive 370” Titan Zeus, but then again, you will not be forking out a cool $1.6 million for any of the LG models, either.

The highest end of the range would be the UB9800 Series, where it offers LG’s proprietary picture quality enhancing technologies such as LG LED Plus edge lighting with Local Dimming, carries the latest HDMI inputs, has H.265 decoding and Smart TV+ webOS which would make the access of streaming content smooth and easy. Your ears will definitely appreciate the harmon/ kardon-designed audio system, as it arrives in 65”, 79” and 84” models which will retail for $4,499, $7,999 and $14,999, respectively.

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