LG goes crazy with huge lineup of LED and LCD TVs

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LG Electronics has decided to release their entire lineup of 2011 televisions at CES 2011. Featuring over 13 LCD and LED televisions, all are being touted with some LG’s “advanced new display technology” and access to its Smart TV platform.

In addition, LG touts that their televisions will be energy-efficient – well, its LED series, that is; and those who support LG’s Smart TV platform will also be able to connect to the internet via an Ethernet jack, Wi-Fi (via an adaptor) and can playback DivX-encoded video files, as well as MP3s and view JPEG photos.

In order of the gallery (added below), the 13 televisions are – as from the press release:

INFINIA LZ9700 (72-inch class size*) – LG’s largest consumer TV, Full HD 1080p 3D-enabled HDTV features Full LED Slim technology with Local Dimming, TruMotion 480Hz and THX 3D and 2D Display Certification (pending). Also includes LG SmartTV with Magic Remote, DLNA, Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included) and Smart Energy Saving features.

INFINIA LW9500 Series (55- and 60-inch class sizes*) – Full HD 1080p 3D-enabled HDTV features LG’s thinnest design with ultra-slim bezel, NANO FULL LED technology, TruMotion 480Hz and THX 3D and 2D Display Certification (pending). Also includes LG SmartTV with Magic Remote, DLNA, Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included) and Smart Energy Saving features.

INFINIA LW7700 Series (47- and 55-inch class sizes*) – Full HD 1080p 3D-enabled HDTV features NANO FULL LED technology, TruMotion 240Hz and THX 3D and 2D Display Certification (pending). Also includes LG SmartTV with Magic Remote, DLNA, Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included) and Smart Energy Saving features.

INFINIA LW6500 Series (47-, 55- and 65-inch class sizes*) – Provides consumers with Full HD 1080p, LG Cinema 3D, TruMotion 240Hz, and LED Plus technology with local dimming capability. With LG SmartTV, the Magic Remote and Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included), content is easier to access than ever before. LG Cinema 3D uses polarized, lightweight glasses. Four pairs of glasses are included with each set.

INFINIA LW5600 Series (47- and 55-inch class sizes*) – Provides consumers with Full HD 1080p, LG Cinema, TruMotion 120Hz, and LED Plus technology with local dimming capability. With LG SmartTV, the Magic Remote and Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included), content is easier to access than ever before. LG Cinema 3D uses polarized, lightweight glasses. Four pairs of glasses are included with each set.

Editor’s Note: LG has not released an image of the LW5600.

INFINIA LV5500 Series (42-, 47-, and 55-inch class sizes*) – Full HD 1080p HDTV series includes LED lighting and TruMotion 120Hz. Also includes LG SmartTV, DLNA, Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included) and Smart Energy Saving features.

LV3700 Series (42-, 47-, and 55-inch class sizes*) – Full HD 1080p HDTV series includes LED lighting, LG SmartTV, DLNA, Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included) and Smart Energy Saving features.

LV3500 Series (37- and 42-inch class sizes*) – Mid-sized Full HD 1080p HDTV series includes LED lighting and Smart Energy Saving features.

LV2500 Series (22-, 26- and 32-inch class sizes*) – Provides a smaller screen size for consumers in a 720p HD model with LED lighting and Smart Energy Saving features.

LK530 Series (42-, 47- and 55-inch class sizes*) – A Full HD 1080p HDTV, this LCD HDTV series boasts TruMotion 120Hz performance for reduced motion blur. Other features include: LG SmartTV, DLNA, Wi-Fi capability (adaptor included) and Smart Energy Saving features.

LK520 Series (42-, 47- and 55-inch class sizes*) – A Full HD 1080p HDTV, this LCD HDTV series boasts TruMotion 120Hz performance for reduced motion blur and Smart Energy Saving features.

LK450 Series (32-, 37- and 42-inch class sizes*) – A Full HD 1080p HDTV in a variety of sizes to fit almost any room in the home and features Smart Energy Saving features.

LK330 Series (32-inch class size*) – Provides a smaller screen size for consumers in a 720p HD model and features Smart Energy Saving features.

Availability of the televisions have not been announced, but are expected to be announced near their launch dates.