Equipped with a Triple XD Engine, the most advanced level of image processing that LG has to offer, this smart TV provides picture clarity of the sort few have dreamt of. If you want to get closer to all the World Cup action in Brazil, just switch on its 3D mode, wear your 3D glasses, and watch yourself duck as the ball shoots out at you before you realise that it’s all virtual.
This TV also support LG’s Web OS, which makes the use of its smart features awfully easy. You can pull content off Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Video or Vudu by using the simple-to- operate LG remote control unit. With its Harmon Kardon 5.2 speaker sound system, this television offers awesome audio output too.
If you are wondering about its connectivity options, it has built-in WiFi, four HDMI 2.0 ports, a couple of USB 3.0 ports and one USB 2.0 port, apart from a Component In as well as Shared Composite [AV] In, a LAN port and a digital audio out optical port. If you have something that needs an RF link, it has an RF In as well.
The set can be wall mounted or put on a stand. Irrespective of where you place it, this is one TV set that will have everyone’s eyes glued and senses engaged. Nothing can beat the immersive experience of watching World Cup matches with such intense vividity... unless, of course, you have box tickets right by the playing field.