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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