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LG's INFINIA 55LW5600 is a forthcoming HDTV, announced at CES 2011.

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Pros

upgradable firmware

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great access to a vast amount of online streaming content - Vudu, Amazon, YouTube 3D, Netflix, etc...

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DLNA compliant with support for the popular MKV container

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FPR-based 3D - allows you to use the cheap passive 3D glasses you get at movie theaters ($10 a pair vs $150+)

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includes USB WiFi dongle

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Magic Motion Gesture remote - a Wiimote for your TV, an alternative TV settings control option

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solid swivel stand

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extremely thin design - 1.2" thick

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16-zone edge backlighting - allows for better-than-average contrast and black levels

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attractive aesthetic

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Cons

difficult to find, touch sensitive on-TV volume and power controls

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FPR-based 3D cuts the true resolution of your 3D content in half

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no smartphone application control options

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glossy plastic remote with overcomplicated menu controls, not backlit

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Magic Motion Gesture remote is a gimmick, isn't easier than a standard control interface

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  LG's INFINIA 55LW5600 is a forthcoming HDTV, announced at CES 2011. It has a 55-inch display that uses LED backlighting with pixels capable of local dimming and a 1080p native resolution. It is the larger of the two LW5600 models and will be released with a 47-inch counterpart. They are expected to be mid-range models. Included is LG's new Smart TV interface that allows web access, streaming live TV, custom LG apps, games, and services like Netflix. This model has a Wi-Fi adapter and the "Magic Remote" that uses gesture controls to interact with the TV.

Features
  • 55-inch LED display
  • 1080p native resolution
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • Thin bezel
  • Smart TV streaming and web access, with apps and games
  • Gesture-based "Magic Remote"
  • Local dimming capability
  • Wi-Fi adapter
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