Would you Pay $22,010 for a TV?
LG releases 'world's biggest' ultra-definition TV
What is described as the world's biggest ultra-definition (UD) TV has been released by LG Electronics.
It sports an 84in (213cm) screen, smaller than a 90in model
made by Sharp, but LG boasts support for 4K, a more advanced picture
LG's screen offers 8 million pixels per frame, four times the resolution of 1080p high-definition displays.
The firm sees this technology as a key marketing tool to help challenge market leader Samsung.
Toshiba already offers a smaller 55in 4K screen, and
Panasonic a 20in model. Sony and Samsung are also developing their own
However, LG's 25 million-won ($22,010; £13,940) price tag is
likely to dissuade many from investing in its technology at present.
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