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LG LZ9700

The LG LZ9700 is the world's biggest 3D FULL LED TV with a screen measuring at 72 inches. The LZ9700 measures 59 inches wide and 40 inches tall. This TV features a DLNA function. The LZ9700 3D FULL LED TV comes with latest smart technologies. The LG LZ9700 comes with an easy-to-use Magic Motion Remote Control. The LZ9700 comes in a full FULL LED Slim with Spot Control (Local Dimming). It comes in LG’s INFINIA design that consists of an ultra slim depth and narrow bezel.

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LG LZ9700

The LG LZ9700 is the world's biggest 3D FULL LED TV with a screen measuring at 72 inches. The LZ9700 measures 59 inches wide and 40 inches tall. This TV features a DLNA function. The LZ9700 3D FULL LED TV comes with latest smart technologies. The LG LZ9700 comes with an easy-to-use Magic Motion Remote Control. The LZ9700 comes in a full FULL LED Slim with Spot Control (Local Dimming). It comes in LG’s INFINIA design that consists of an ultra slim depth and narrow bezel.

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The LG LZ9700 is a 3D FULL LED TV that was announced in late 2010. It consists of a 72-inch screen. It comes with LG's 3D picture quality. Not forgetting LG’s connectivity and smart technology. It is able to feature full HD resolution. There are several smart technologies from LG that are featured on this TV including accessing information on travel and health. On this TV, users will be able to watch videos from YouTube. They will also be able to view photos from Google's free web photo service, Picasa. There’s a Magic Motion Remote Control that comes with this TV, which is easy to use and features several interesting options for the viewers to control and manage. There’s the DLNA function that is featured on this TV, which allows viewers to access files wirelessly on other media devices. These files can then be viewed on the screen.

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