LG Unveils “World’s Thinnest” LCD
The LED-backlit TV is 0.1 inches thin and will be on display at CES 2010 in Las Vegas.
December 21, 2009 by Steve Crowe

Looks like the battle for the thinnest TV at CES 2010 is already underway.

LG Display has unveiled a 42-inch 1080p panel that’s just 2.6mm (.1 inch) thin, which LG says makes it the “world’s thinnest” LCD TV.

The prototype LED-backlit display weighs less than 8.8 pounds and offers a 120Hz refresh rate.

LG will be showcasing this thin display and other “cutting-edge” display technologies in a private room at the Bellagio Hotel during CES.

At CES 2009, LG unveiled the LH95 LED-backlit LCD, which it said at the time was the thinnest at just 0.976 inches.

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