Although the company is already rolling out 3D TVs in a number of pubs in the UK, users will finally be able to get a slice of the three dimensional pie in May with the Full LED 3D Ready TV (LX9900) and 3D Blu-ray player (BX580) for the home.
Available in both 47-inch and 55-inch variants, the televisions use active shutter glasses to create the 3D experience. Other specs on board include TruMotion 400Khz, 10,000,000:1 Dynamic contrast ratio, Bluetooth, DLNA, wireless AV link and a name that is likely to only get consumers confused with the top of the range Sony offering; the LX900.
Planning to offer the complete package, LG will also offer a 3D Blu-ray player, the BX580 at the same time.
Prices are still to be finalised, but our gal on the inside tells us the televisions will cost somewhere between £2500 - £3000 for the 47-inch LX9900 and £3600 - £4000 for the 55-inch LX9900. The 3D Blu-ray player will be around £350.