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Oh LG, you infernal tease. Instead of politely revealing its full set of plans for CES 2011, the Korean company keeps gently peeling away the layers of ignorance, with today marking its pre-announcement of a new Cinema 3D TV set. The LW6500 opts for passive 3D glasses, in place of the currently pop

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Ultra high-end German television maker Loewe revealed at IFA that its 32-inch and 42-inch Connect LED line will be refreshed with 200Hz edge LED backlit panels and improved MediaNet connectivity. Specifically MediaNet has been revamped to feature a new LAN interface for streaming local video or aud

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Waiting on the next generation of Sony LED-backlit LCDs? FlatpanelsHD has some information on the next edition of Sony's BRAVIA sets, dubbed in the UK as the X5500. The key difference here is instead of the company's current Motionflow tech and Triluminos LED backlighting, these sets will opt for Bl

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And the hits just keep on comin'. Shortly after Sony introduced its connected BRAVIA W-Series to the world, in flies yet another trio: the Z5500 line. Arriving in 40-inch, 46-inch and 52-inch models, the set boasts Motionflow 200Hz technology, DLNA certification, the outfit's BRAVIA Engine 3, its o

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And the hits just keep on comin'. Shortly after Sony introduced its connected BRAVIA W-Series to the world, in flies yet another trio: the Z5500 line. Arriving in 40-inch, 46-inch and 52-inch models, the set boasts Motionflow 200Hz technology, DLNA certification, the outfit's BRAVIA Engine 3, its o

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Stuff.tv has the heads up on two more members of LG's 2009 lineup, the LH5000 and LF7700. The LF7700 LCD should fit the bill for anyone needing an alternative to Panasonic's TX-37LZD81, with integrated FreeSat support, while a plasma version will follow later in the year. If 100Hz isn't enough and

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Stuff.tv has the heads up on two more members of LG's 2009 lineup, the LH5000 and LF7700. The LF7700 LCD should fit the bill for anyone needing an alternative to Panasonic's TX-37LZD81, with integrated FreeSat support, while a plasma version will follow later in the year. If 100Hz isn't enough and

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Last we heard, Sony and Samsung were still passing blows about whose 200Hz HDTV was actually \"first,\" but in the meanwhile, we figured we'd pass along a review (two, actually) of the BRAVIA KDL-46Z4500. In short, this is probably one of the best sets to float across the pond in quite some while. Bo

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We already caught sight of Sony's Bravia Z4500 LCD TV with 200Hz \"MotionFlow\" before and after it was officially unveiled at IFA, but it wasn't the only such set on the scene, with Samsung also touting a \"world's first\" 200Hz LCD TV of its own. Apparently, the distinction is that Samsung supposedly

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We already caught sight of Sony's Bravia Z4500 LCD TV with 200Hz \"MotionFlow\" before and after it was officially unveiled at IFA, but it wasn't the only such set on the scene, with Samsung also touting a \"world's first\" 200Hz LCD TV of its own. Apparently, the distinction is that Samsung supposedl

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We're super short on info here, but it looks like Sony is about to intro a new Z4500 LCD TV with a \"world's first\" of 200Hz Motionflow -- yeah, you could've gleaned all that from reading the headline, but it's just so much more awesome down here. Stay tuned.%Gallery-30641%

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Sure Samsung had 240Hz (and wavier hair) first, but with its TVs stuck in development until 2011, Sony's back with another first / best of the night in the W1 series display, packing four times the speed of previous LCD HDTVs, and double that of the new 120Hz your best friend just picked up. Allege

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