LG INFINIA 60PX950
Released September, 2010
The Pros:Comprehensive suite of internet apps. Automatically checks for updates every time you go online. Very accurate, realistic colour reproduction.
The Cons:Motion sensor remote control offers inconsistent/inaccurate performance. HD air tuner performance is lacking compared to those found in competing HDTVs.
The LG INFINIA 60PX950 is a 60-inch Plasma HDTV with THX 3D certification. Released in late 2010, this 2.1-inches thin television is the first 3D HDTV to receive this qualification. The 60-inch 60PX950 is a step up from the 50-inch 50PX950, the main difference being 10 fewer inches of viewing real estate.
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When it comes to 3D, the INFINIA PX950 is capable of 600Hz max sub-field driving, meaning more fluid 3D for fast action programing such as sports and movies. A TruBlack Filter coating has been applied to the screen, reducing glare from nearby light sources. While an Ethernet LAN connection is built-in, users can add the optional Wi-Fi kit for a nominal fee. Additional features include Netflix, VUDU, YouTube and DLNA video streaming.
- 60” Plasma display
- Full HD 1080p capable
- THX certified display
- NetCast, Netflix, VUDU, YouTube and YouTube video streaming
- DLNA compliant
- 600Hz sub-field driving
- 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
- Built-in Ethernet LAN
- 4 x HDMI, 2 x Component, 1 x PC, 1 x RF, 1 x A/V input
- 3 x USB ports
User Reviews (1)
Comprehensive suite of internet apps.
Automatically checks for updates every time you go online.
Very accurate, realistic colour reproduction.
600Hz sub-field drive ensures smooth gaming performance.
Motion sensor remote control offers inconsistent/inaccurate performance.
HD air tuner performance is lacking compared to those found in competing HDTVs.
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