A show attendee looks at LG’s 105-inch curved Ultra HD TV at the International Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 7in Las Vegas. LG announced it will sell an Ultra HD set as small as 49 inches diagonally, which could bring entry level prices closer to $2,000 for top brands.
A show attendee looks at LG’s 105-inch curved Ultra HD TV at the International Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 7in Las Vegas. LG announced it will sell an Ultra HD set as small as 49 inches diagonally, which could bring entry level prices closer to $2,000 for top brands. AP
A show attendee looks at LG’s 105-inch curved Ultra HD TV at the International Consumer Electronics Show on Jan. 7in Las Vegas. LG announced it will sell an Ultra HD set as small as 49 inches diagonally, which could bring entry level prices closer to $2,000 for top brands. AP

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