Monday, August 27, 2012

LG 42LM620T: The cheapest model with 3D and SmartTV for 2012

The LG LM620T model is offered in 32, 42, 47, 55 and 65 inches. The LG 42LM620T is the cheapest  model with 3D technology and SmartTV of LG for 2012. This flat panel is 100Hz (MCI 400Hz) for fast images like sports or action movies. The most remarkable feature of this TV of LG is the passive Cinema 3D and connections: 3xHDMI, 3USB and Wi-Fi Ready.

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Technical data and specifications:
Panatalla: 42 inches
Resolution: FULL HD 1920 X 1080
Refresh Rate: 100Hz
MCI: 400 Hz
3D: Yes
Other specifications:
  • WiFi Ready
  • 3 x USB 2.0 (Compatible with HD Video, Photos and Music)
  • 4 HDMI 
  • 4 pairs of glasses
  • 2D to 3D converter
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The LG LED TV LM620T offered 32-65 inches and has an incredible design, the chrome stand gives great elegance and has only 3.5 cm deep.

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Conclusion (Verdict):
This is a interesting model that provides the "essential specs" for a good value. This TV includes SmartTV, the "Magic control (Ready)" and some more, but for now they are not too helpful. As for picture quality has everything that you spect for this price. You can find a  top model: LG 42LM670s if you want a higher CMR: 400Hz. In terms of design is really spectacular, we recommend you will go to a shop to see this model.
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1 comment:

  1. LG has always made remarkable televisions. That is why it was a no brainer that I was putting one in my office, it will match the three LG monitors in the room. I have never had a problem with any television or monitor that has come from LG, so when I was upgrading all three of my televisions after I upgraded to the Hopper DVR from DISH, there wasn’t a second thought about what brand to buy. I also see many more LG’s when I am work at DISH hanging on the wall for everyone to see, and if a television company is buying them, that has to tell you something about the product.