LG’s Google TV Equipped 3D LED TVs Could Ship As Early As This Week

After being shown off at CES this year, LG was one of a few manufacturers ushering the new era of Google TV’s. Only problem was, without any specific launch details, many have been left wondering exactly when to expect these all new GTV equipped 3D televisions. Well, it looks like a Korean financial firm has it on good authority that the the first wave of LG Google TV’s could be hitting US stores as early as this week and priced at $1,600 and $2,100 for 47-inch and 55-inch sizes, respectively.

During our CES coverage, we showed you guys LG’s all new LED televisions that not only feature Google TV inside, but use an improved passive 3D technology, eliminating the need for expensive active-shutter frame glasses. If you’ve been keeping up with the rumor mill, it’s been whispered that LG has been working directly with Google on a “Nexus” branded Google TV, that when combined with Google’s upcoming home entertainment system, should effectively complete their plans for total living room domination.

[KoreaHerald | Electronista]

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  • BigCiX

    I wish LG would spend more time on software as they do with TV’s

    • aeok18109

      dont need to spend a dime on software. just use stock android and profit by making the hardware boss as fuck.

  • TheCaprican

    Perfect! LG and 3D gimmick. What a horrible combination.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/RGAX75BIHGIMVLBE3DT2MIHCJU James G

    why the hell didnt they pick samsung… seriously they make the best tv’s.

    • TheJunkie

      Google’s strategy is always to pick the second best or even the third…..it serves them no purpose to boost one company into a huge lead.

    • http://cashd00d.co.cc/ WHAT?

      Google didn’t pick anyone. LG said “Hey, we want to make a TV with Google TV in it.” Every other manufacturer has the same option.

  • kris

    They need to go with samsung honesly.

    • http://cashd00d.co.cc/ WHAT?

      Yes, when LG makes their next TV, they need to go with Samsung. Okay.

  • David Cramblett

    You need to go see LG’s passive 3D before you diss it.  If you have seen it and weren’t at least mildly impressed I would be quite surprised. It’s far better than I thought it good be, and I was dissing on 3D previously just like everyone else.  You get at least 4 pair of glasses and they’re completely passive, no charging, etc – and extra glasses are cheap since they’re not electronic.  The picture and 3D effect truly is amazing.

  • honkeytonk1

    Did you crap on your keyboard? Or was this supposed to be interesting?