Aiming to have the last word in big screen 3D thrills, for now at least, the Korean manufacturer LG has introduced the 72in 3D enabled 72LEX9 LED TV.
If you are lucky enough to live in Korea, you can buy the 72LEX9 now for 20m won, or about £11,250 sterling equivalent.
The massive new screen comes with all of the features you would expect to find on a high end LG TV. You get a 480Hz True-Motion panel along with DLNA compliance for multimedia streaming over a home network.
Elsewhere there are 4 HDMI inputs, Freeview HD, USB input and LG's Wireless AV system.
Web connectivity comes with LG's now familiar NetCast system which gives you access to the likes of YouTube.
Although there has been no confirmation from LG, it looks like the 3D enabled 72LEX9 will be available in the UK towards the end of the year or early 2011.
If you are looking for the largest 3D enabled TV currently available in the UK, Panasonic have their TX-P65VT20 plasma and Samsung their UE65C8000 LED TV
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