Also displayed is the no-glasses 3DTV, although it's coming along nicely, it is no where near consumer friendly. What does appear consumer friendly however is the mobile device no-glasses display. With a 4.3 inch screen utilizing straighter and more parallax barriers with precition alignment, you'll start to wonder how you got along before 3D devices.
Speaking of mobile devices, LG has introduced the Optimus Black, featuring a 4" NOVA display with a brightness of 700nits. Packing the 1500mA battery, the NOVA screen will save up to 50% battery life over the traditional AMOLED screen. Featuring the first Wi-Fi direct mobile device, it's built for high quality data transfer to any mobile device. Tack on a 2MP front view camera paired with Android Gingerbread 2.3 and optimus 2.0UI the possabilitys are endless.
Smart phones, smart appliances, intelegent design... now let's check out Smart TV, with LG's new Smart TV. Anyone with a Smart Phone can tell you the best way to navigate and make your experience personal is apps. LG has taken that same thought and integrated it into your TV experience. With all you can do on the internet that you would like to bring to your TV is now made easier and seamless due to Smart TV. Hulu Plus, Netflix, and Facebook are just a few that come to mind, and LG has slated to release the system with over 200 available apps. If you're not in the market for a new TV, LG is bringing to you the Smart TV upgrader, which is a small box that will plug into any open HDMI slot to bring you LG Smart TV on any brand of TV. It is designed in such a way grandpa will be able to figure it out in a matter of moments, and with all the apps that will be available it will end up feeling more at home than your desktop PC.