Without a doubt, bigger's always better as far as widescreen HDTVs are concerned, and that's also the case with the latest such product presented by Korean company LG Electronics, namely the 72LEX9, that, at a diagonal size of 72 inches, claims the title of the world's largest commercially-available 3D HDTV.
And, in fact, there might really be something to it, since, by all accounts, this thing's diagonal (1.82 meters) is actually larger than the average height of people from just about anywhere around the world.
The title of world's largest Full HD 3D LED TV was held by Samsung's UN65C8000
model, but it would seem that its 65-inch diagonal was simply not enough to keep it in the top spot.
Anyway, beside its impressive size, the device from LG
also packs numerous advanced technologies, such as a full LED backlight, 480Hz True Motion panel, DLNA support as well as Web TV features such as Korean broadcaster services, YouTube and Google’s Picasa among others.
Moreover, in order to allow users to enjoy an uniform picture quality, it features Spot Control Technology, and for access to files stored on networked digital devices, it supports a Wireless AV link.
If your eyes are already glimmering at the thought of getting such a 3D monster for your home, you should know that you'll most likely have to wait a bit longer for it, since the device is expected to become available on the market at some point in Q2, 2011, at a yet unspecified price point.