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The jury's still out on whether inbuilt DVRs are good for HDTVs, but LG's obviously hot to trot on the whole idea. Nearly a year after first introducing sets with an integrated Time Machine, the outfit is hitting back with two new big-screen plasmas that each posses a 160GB internal hard drive. The

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Watch out, world -- LG's got two new Scarlet sets comin' atcha, and both of them sport integrated Bluetooth. The LH70 line will (at least initially) consist of two models, a 42- (39.7mm thin) and a 47-incher (40.9mm thin). Each set will feature a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, 120Hz technology, 2 millis

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Watch out, world -- LG's got two new Scarlet sets comin' atcha, and both of them sport integrated Bluetooth. The LH70 line will (at least initially) consist of two models, a 42- (39.7mm thin) and a 47-incher (40.9mm thin). Each set will feature a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, 120Hz technology, 2 millis

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Not even a month after LG outed its 50PQ60D and 42PQ60D Xcanvas plasmas over in South Korea, the company has introduced a trio of LCD HDTVs in the nation as well. The LH30FD models, all part of the burgeoning Scarlet series, are all presumably equipped with 1080p panels, inbuilt speakers and other

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Not even a month after LG outed its 50PQ60D and 42PQ60D Xcanvas plasmas over in South Korea, the company has introduced a trio of LCD HDTVs in the nation as well. The LH30FD models, all part of the burgeoning Scarlet series, are all presumably equipped with 1080p panels, inbuilt speakers and other

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Don't bet the farm on it just yet, but given the FCC filing that outed these sets at the tail end of December, we'd say it's safe to assume that the panel you see above (and after the break) will be headed to America in short order. Made official today in South Korea, LG's Xcanvas 50PQ60D and 42PQ6

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Don't bet the farm on it just yet, but given the FCC filing that outed these sets at the tail end of December, we'd say it's safe to assume that the panel you see above (and after the break) will be headed to America in short order. Made official today in South Korea, LG's Xcanvas 50PQ60D and 42PQ6

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'Tis a shame we don't know more about LG's latest bundle of HDTVs, but here are the facts so far. Apparently the outfit has dished out a pair of LCDs and a duo of plasmas to commemorate the upcoming Beijing Olympics, and the whole gang comes packing a 160GB internal hard drive. This \"Time Machine\"

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LG's Xcanvas line of LCD HDTVs look mighty sexy as-is, in our humble opinion, but we're certain a little extravagance can't hurt. The 1080p 47LB90FD has a surprisingly sparkly base that's doused in Swarovski crystals, and as you can likely glean, it'll only be released in limited quantities. Sadly,

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LG's Xcanvas line of LCD HDTVs look mighty sexy as-is, in our humble opinion, but we're certain a little extravagance can't hurt. The 1080p 47LB90FD has a surprisingly sparkly base that's doused in Swarovski crystals, and as you can likely glean, it'll only be released in limited quantities. Sadly,

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Some of you keen readers pieced all this together already, but that commercial you've been seeing about an \"all new television series\" dubbed Scarlet isn't a new show at all; rather, it's a risky move by LG to push its Scarlet LCD HDTVs. The sets themselves have been out and about already, and whi

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Some of you keen readers pieced all this together already, but that commercial you've been seeing about an \"all new television series\" dubbed Scarlet isn't a new show at all; rather, it's a risky move by LG to push its Scarlet LCD HDTVs. The sets themselves have been out and about already, and whil

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Just in case those wood-framed Xcanvas LCD TVs weren't exactly your style, LG is hoping to please you still with a new line that looks a touch more traditional. The so-called Scarlett series spans from 32- to 52-inches in size, with all but the smallest sporting a Full 1080p resolution. Each set co

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LG has begun shipping those wooden-framed LCDs that were announced back in August, with three models priced at 3.4 million won ($3,621 US) for the 42-inch 42LY4D model, 4.5M won ($4,793) for the 47-inch 47LY4D, and 5.5M won ($5,858) for the 52-inch 52LY4D at Korean retailers. All sets include 178-de

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In that overly-dramatized photo above, LG is touting the wonders of their newest 120Hz LCDs coupled with their latest take on the wooden bezel. The new XCANVAS models share the stylings of their previous wood sets and ship in Korea with 42- (42LY4D), 47- (47LY4D), and 52-inch (52LY4D) panel options

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In that overly-dramatized photo above, LG is touting the wonders of their newest 120Hz LCDs coupled with their latest take on the wooden bezel. The new XCANVAS models share the stylings of their previous wood sets and ship in Korea with 42- (42LY4D), 47- (47LY4D), and 52-inch (52LY4D) panel options

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Taking a page out of Samsung's book of naming conventions (see Bordeaux and Cannes), LG has introduced the Quidam series of flat-panels: six LCDs based on a show by world-famous performers Cirque du Soleil, which follows a little girl's desire to escape from sadness and alienation into an imaginary

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Taking a page out of Samsung's book of naming conventions (see Bordeaux and Cannes), LG has introduced the Quidam series of flat-panels: six LCDs based on a show by world-famous performers Cirque du Soleil, which follows a little girl's desire to escape from sadness and alienation into an imaginary

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Samsung has just upped the ante in its ongoing \"anything-you-can-do-we-can-do-better\" battle with LG. While LG's most recent plasma and LCD TVs with built-in DVRs had hard drives that topped out at 250GB, Samsung's new 42 and 50-inch Anyview models have 300GB of storage. Yeah, an extra 50GB is hard

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