LG releases single layer PQ70

LG Electronics has unveiled its single layer PQ70 HD Plasma TV with 600Hz Sub-field Driving technology.

June 3, 2009

LG Electronics has unveiled its single layer PQ70 HD Plasma TV with 600Hz  Sub-field Driving technology.

“The single layer concept has created a whole new paradigm for plasma television design,” said Dr. Michelle Potgieter, Marketing Director, LG Electronics South Africa.  “Through extensive customer research, we’ve learned that people want high-performance televisions that are in perfect harmony with their homes. The PQ70 offers the latest high-end features within a spectacular streamlined look that blends perfectly with a room’s decor.”

The PQ70’s 2.5mm-thick single pane of glass sits plainly across the entire length of the screen.
LG’s HD Ultra Bright Panel has improved brightness and deep black levels that, along with Dynamic Contrast Ratio of 2,000,000:1, ensure images always look vibrant and realistic. The panel’s motion technology also makes possible LG’s 600Hz Sub-field Driving technology, which reacts to changes on the screen, eliminating motion blur.

This creates a motion picture response time of 0.001ms, meaning sports and action movies can be enjoyed as they are meant to be.

Bluetooth connectivity means that the PQ70 easily pairs with a wide range of Bluetooth devices.

This is also the first TV that can play DivX, along with other file formats including JPEG and MP3, on its USB 2.0 interface. The PQ70 can read from a variety of USB devices like external hard discs and USB memory.

The LG PQ70 also offers a lifespan of 100,000 hours.
The PQ70 Plasma TV is now available with the recommended retail price of R12,999.

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