LG’s new HDTVs come with built in HDDs.

February 7, 2007 by techman | Leave a Comment
Filed Under Announcements, HDTV


The high definition television viewing is getting better and better. As the HDTV technology captures the imagination of the viewers about how clear television broadcasting can be LG has come out with its new range of TV’s with built in hard-drives.

With LG’s televisions now providing the facility to store, the lovers of high quality movies and TV programmes will not have to worry about missing their favourite programmes and movies and also to reschedule their social life as they can now record the part they have missed out and view it later at their own convenience.

The new LG TV’s come with an integrated 160 GB hard disk drive. And that’s not all the viewer can connect any external hard disk drive to the USB 2.0 port taking the total storage capacity beyond a whopping 1TB mark. The new range of LG televisions come in 37″, 42″ and 47″ LCD panels or 50″ and 60″ plasmas.

The prices of the TV’s will range in between $2650 and $9435 for the 60″ plasma version. So HDTV lovers with enough moolah in their pockets can surely go for it.

Press Release [LG Korean]

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