The LG 84LM960V is not your bog standard LED 3D TV. This television set is more expensive than 25 (yes, twenty-five) 60in Plasma TV from the Korean electronics giant at just under £20,000 at Currys. This is down to the fact that it is an Ultra HD display, one that can display content with a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.
As expected, LG has packed some remarkable technology in this product. There’s a Triple XD Engine, full HD passive 3D (with seven pairs of 3Dglasses), next generation 2D to 3D upscaling technology, a dual play feature that allows two players to do split-screen gaming (two pairs of dual-play glasses are provided), smart TV capabilities (with an LG Home Dashboard) and a Freeview HD tuner.
Other features include four HDMI ports, Composite and Component video inputs, three USB 2.0 ports, SCART and a whopping 10 speakers including two woofer that deliver a combined output of 20W.
Not surprisingly, the LG 84LM960V consumes 256W of power, which we suspect, is on decent for a TV that size.
A rather intriguing feature is the Magic Remote Control which offers a voice control option that allows you to search for terms and texts and control the television using voice only.