Like Ray Bradbury predicted in his 1950 short story “The Veldt,” modern TVs can make your shows, movies and nature documentaries feel present and real. Screen technologies like LG’s NanoCell create photorealistic representations of detail and color that push the limits of what LCD panels are capable of — not unlike looking through a window to the outside world.
Sure, NanoCell doesn’t deliver the perfect contrast and deep blacks that OLED offers, but it comes in at a much more palatable price than the latter, and at a much larger size. That means you can sacrifice some contrast to achieve a room-filling, UHD home theater experience and still save a few bucks. Better yet, , or $91 off.
This TV’s main feature is its NanoCell technology, which provides over a billion colors for stunning color accuracy, even at wide viewing angles. This is nicely complemented by the UHD panel, offering crisp images while streaming shows or gaming at 4K with . Want to get the most out of this TV while viewing movies in HD? The LG also has a 4K upscaler, which sharpens 1080p content up to the screen’s native resolution.
The 49-inch TV includes quick access to channels and premium content with LG’s Pro:Centric and Pro:Idiom tools. It’s also compatible with smart apps that let you stream movies, play games or simply check the weather. Setup is easy thanks to an EZ-Manager that automatically configures settings and a high-speed loading system so you won’t lose time waiting for the TV to boot up or connect. If you’re using this device as a part of a multi-display setup, you can make use of USB data cloning that simplifies the entire process.
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