LG announced at the IFA 2012 its new TM2792 Personal Smart TV with CINEMA SCREEN design. The 27-inch TV uses IPS LCD panel and features 1920×1080 Full HD resolution, LED-backlit, 250-nit brightness, Mega Contrast ratio and 178/178-degree wide viewing angle. It supports CINEMA 3D technology, allowing users to enjoy flicker-free 3D content with lightweight, battery-free 3D glasses.
The LG TM2792 includes 2D to 3D conversion and supports Super+ Resolution for clear images. It is also equipped with 7Wx2 speakers with 3D Sound Zooming to deliver enhanced entertainment experience. As a Smart TV, the TM2792 access Video on Demand (VOD), 3D World, Game World, LG Smart World (LG Apps) and the Social Center via LG’s Home Dashboard.
With support for MHL, WiDi and DLNA, users can share media content stored on smart devices on the TM2792 easily. The TV’s Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) ready HDMI ports allows users to connect their smartphones for displaying photos and playing games on a bigger screen, while WiDi makes wireless screen sharing with WiDi-ready notebooks easy. Also, DLNA and WiFi Direct allows the Personal TV to access media content on smartphones, tablet or other smart devices wirelessly.
With Ethernet LAN port for internet connectivity and three USB ports for connecting keyboard, mouse and USB storage devices, the TM2792 lets users surf the web without turning on a PC. It has D-sub, two MHL-ready HDMI ports, composite, component and SCART connectors.
LG will release the TM2792 Smart TV in September.