LG shows two series of wireless HDTVs, the 55LHX and LH85, at the CEDIA 2009. The 55-inch 55LHX is a slim wireless HDTV with LED-backligth while the LH85 series will be available in 55-inch 55LH85 and 47-inch 47LH85 models.
LG’s 55LHX and LH85 wireless HDTVs allows users to place the HDTV virtually anywhere in the room. A media box is supplied to ansmit an uncompressed Full HD 1080p signal with virtually no interference or delay directly to the TV and the HDTVs is able to receive the signal up to 30 feet away. That means, users simply connect all their multimedia devices such as cable box, Blu-ray/DVD player, game console to the media box, and begin their wireless entertainment experience.
LG 55LHX has attained the THX Display Certification and features 5,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, full-array LED backlighting with local dimming, and TruMotion 240Hz technology. The LH85, on the other hand, has 80,000:1 contrast ratio, 24p Real Cinema technology and USB 2.0 for access to MP3 music and JPEG images.
The LG 55LHX is priced at $4799 and the 55LH85 and 47LH85 cpost $3199 and $2399 respectively.