September 14, 2009 by Tom LeBlanc
LG Electronics kicked off CEDIA Expo 2009 by adding Vudu to its BD390 Blu-ray player.
Vudu isn’t new to LG. The on-demand movie rental service was recently added to LG’s Broadband TVs, a line that also includes Netflix, Yahoo Widget and YouTube streaming.
So between the BD390, the Broadband TV line and a demo of the Vudu interface, LG’s booth had Vudu pretty well covered.
LG also showed several LED TVs, including the SL90 line that is slated to ship in October, featuring 42- and 47-inch models with Edge LED lighting and depth of only 1.15 inches.
OLED TVs were one thing missing from LG’s booth. It was recently reported that LG plans to launch a 15-inch OLED in Korea and that a 40-inch model is planned for the “not too distant future.”
LG didn’t hint that a 40-inch OLED would be on display at CEDIA Expo 2009 … we were just hoping.
Click here to view Inside LG’s CEDIA Expo 2009 booth.
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