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Killzone 3 3D hands-on

Killzone 3 3D hands-on

By 26 February 2011

You may already have Killzone 3 for the PS3, but have you tried it yet in 3D? We fired up the new first person shooter on our 3D TV (an LG 47LX9900) to find out whether you should bother and if you haven’t already got a 3D TV whether you should rush... >>

Best TV 2010: and the nominees are...

Best TV 2010: and the nominees are...

By 24 November 2010

There are more TVs launched in a year than there are episodes of EastEnders to watch on them. Okay, so that's probably not quite a true fact, but it certainly felt like it when we were trying to sort the sheep from the goats to decide the nominees for... >>

LG LX9900 software update brings iPlayer, Twitter, Facebook and more

LG LX9900 software update brings iPlayer, Twitter, Facebook and more

By 14 November 2010

Owners of the LG LX9900 television have been given a treat this weekend with a new software update that brings a number of new streaming services to users who’ve bothered to have it connected. The new update, which should automatically appear when you... >>

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LG 47LX9900

By 27 September 2010

It may be 3D-ready, but LG has come up with one of the most luscious 2D TVs of the year so far. Part of its LX9900 Series (which also includes a 55-inch model), this 47-inch Direct LED-backlit LCD TV has features and quality in spades that make its 3D-readiness... >>

LG to sell Passive 3D TV screens to consumers after all

LG to sell Passive 3D TV screens to consumers after all

By 31 March 2010

LG, who is currently rolling out passive 3D TV sets to pubs up and down the UK, has confirmed that it will be offering the sets to consumers as well. "LG today unveils plans to further compliment their existing 3D portfolio by offering a passive technology... >>

LG LX9900 LED TV to bring 3D TV to your lounge in May

LG LX9900 LED TV to bring 3D TV to your lounge in May

By 10 March 2010

LG has confirmed that its 3D TV portfolio will spring into action in May going up against the barrage of other sets from Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and Philips. Although the company is already rolling out 3D TVs in a number of pubs in the UK, users will... >>