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LG TV - Why a Ultra-High Definition TV?
LG TV - Why a Ultra-High Definition TV?
LG Electronics, U.S.A
By doubling both the horizontal and vertical resolution, what we wind up with is a TV that offers four times the resolution of current high definition, so it's no wonder they call it "Ultra Definition." This means that the picture is so incredibly sharp, you probably won't believe your eyes the first time you see it.
LG Smart TV with webOS™ is proud to be partnered with Netflix, the world's leading streaming Internet video subscription service. All of our 2014 Ultra HD 4K models are compatible with Netflix 4K streaming, for the next generation of Smart TV video quality. In fact, Netflix is one of the very first destinations for 4K content that you can enjoy on your Ultra HD TV. Watch to learn how to use.
Welcome to the LG Store, your portal to limitless premium content and apps! Accessing the LG Store is as easy as pressing the Home button on your Magic Remote and then clicking on the LG Store tab. The first time you enter, you’ll be asked to make three user agreements, so click each, and we encourage you to read them, then click Agree.
The Today page on your LG Smart TV with webOS™ gives you another quick, easy way to access some great entertainment. Even getting to it is fast and easy: Press the Home button on your Magic Remote and the first option here in bright yellow is the Today tab. Watch for more directions on how to use this feature!
You might have heard some people lament the limited availability of native 4K content to watch on Ultra HD televisions. Not a problem! All LG Ultra HD 4K TVs contain either the LG Tru-4K Engine or the LG Tru-4K Engine Pro, our best-ever processors with one important job: to upscale lower-resolution video signals to near-4K quality.
Your new LG Ultra HD 4K TV has arrived. But calm down, you still need to take it out of the box! You’ll probably need the assistance of an able-bodied friend to help you unbox it, not just for the weight but for the size. You are also going to need a staging area free of clutter or any sharp objects that might scratch your TV. Spread a soft blanket or a soft cloth over your tabletop if you can.
“OLED” stands for Organic Light-Emitting Diode, a special layer inside the TV that glows when an electric current is introduced, so there’s no need for a backlight as in traditional LED TVs. This game-changing design drastically reduces the weight of the LG OLED TV, and it’s only 4.5mm thick at its thinnest point, as thin as a pencil!
LG Ultra HD 4K TV offers a bold new standard for picture quality in the home. But what is it, exactly? To understand 4K, let’s first take a look at current Full HD televisions, which offer 1,920 pixels—the tiny dots that make up the picture—across the width of the screen. The more pixels, the sharper the image.
Live Menu is a convenient feature built into LG Smart TV with webOS™ that allows you to search for movies, TV shows and more, while you’re still watching Live TV. You need to complete the Smart Setup on your LG Smart TV with webOS™ for this feature to work, and we cover that in another video, so check it out first if you still need to. Watch for more details!
Ready to tell your TV what you want to watch? Change channels, adjust the volume, search for movies and TV shows, and even browse the web using just your voice? Speech Recognition on your LG Smart TV with webOS™ lets you do all that—and more—without the need to type! Watch for more on this great feature.
Congratulations: You have your new LG OLED TV... so now what? You probably can’t wait to get it out of the box, but play it safe: You’ll want the help of an able-bodied friend as you unbox your OLED TV because it requires some special care. Watch for more tips!
LG’s webOS™ user interface takes all the guesswork out of Smart TV...and only LG has it. Setting up your TV is a cinch, with Bean Bird
LG’s webOS™ user interface takes all the guesswork out of Smart TV...and only LG has it. Setting up your TV is a cinch, with Bean Bird
Digital technology is revolutionizing the art world. With innovations like Ultra-HD 4K TVs and high-resolution cameras that produce stunning images – technology is redefining how we create, display and honor art. That’s why LG has developed a competition to showcase emerging artists who can seamlessly blend their inspired pieces with state-of-the-art technology.
TV and art come together in a whole new way. Through the Art of the Pixel competition, LG and our Ultra HD 4K TV have provided digital art inspiration to students across the country -- and the results are astounding. Watch as actor and art enthusiast Neil Patrick Harris tells you where to see the digital art displayed -- and how to vote on your favorite.
The LG Ultra-HD 4K TV and our Art of the Pixel competition are providing digital art inspiration to artists across the country. Watch as Neil Patrick Harris, actor and art enthusiast, tells you how to see the new media art created for the competition, vote on your favorite pieces and help an emerging artist find success. See more at: http://www.lgusa.com/LGSupportsTheArts
Discover the canvas that has been inspiring artists nationwide. Neil Patrick Harris, arts enthusiast and actor, shows you the LG Ultra-HD 4K TV -- and gives you the inside scoop on The Art of The Pixel, our digital arts competition. Watch and find out how you can see our incredible submissions, vote on your favorite pieces, and help a talented young artist find success.
Because art is one of the things that makes life good, we created The Art of The Pixel -- the first-ever LG art competition. From the beginning, we received incredible, inspiring submissions -- and we're ready to share them with the world.
Key LG Products shown at Infocomm 2013
By doubling both the horizontal and vertical resolution, what we wind up with is a TV that offers four times the resolution of current high definition, so it's no wonder they call it "Ultra Definition." This means that the picture is so incredibly sharp, you probably won't believe your eyes the first time you see it.
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