LG to display Super UHD 4k TVs with HDR at CES 2016

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This week at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, LG will show off their new lineup of premium 4k Ultra HD TVs that support 4k HDR content. Branded as “LG SUPER UHD,” the line consists of four distinct series including the UH9500 (ranging in size from 55- to 86-inch class screen sizes), the UH8500 (screen sizes from 55- to 75-inches), and the UH7700 (screen sizes from 49- to 65-inches).

Labeled “HDR Plus,” the 4k UHD TVs are said to “heighten HDR performance” by using LG’s Color Prime technology and ULTRA Luminance to boost peak brightness.

And, the SUPER UHD sets include an SDR-to-HDR conversation engine for upscaling any type of content to HDR.

All of the LG SUPER UHD series will feature IPS displays with LG’s proprietary True Black Panel technology  for minimal reflections and contrast ratio, Contrast Maximizer for more image depth and contrast, and LG’s webOS Smart TV platform.

“We are the only company with a dual strategy focused on both OLED and UHD TV technologies,” said Brian Kwon, President and CEO at LG’s Home Entertainment Company.

He added, “this is proof that we’re committing to delivering the most advanced picture quality and home entertainment innovations to consumers around the world.”

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