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LG unveils 27″ MT93 IPS Personal Smart TV


 LG has unveiled its small-apartment-and-bedroom-sized MT93 IPS Personal Smart TV, which measures in at 27-inches and offers all the features you expect in a smart television. The MT93 is aimed at students and others who need a small device for an “individual space.” The combination of sleek design, connectivity, and small size make this an appealing addition to LG’s smart TV lineup.
The bezel is designed to be small and unintrusive, shrouding an IPS display offering full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. There’s support for 3D, and response time clocks in at 5ms. Connectivity includes 2 HDMI ports, composite and component video, 3 USB ports, as well as LAN, WiDi, and Miracast. There’s two 7 watt speakers with 3D Sound Zooming, as well as 2D to 3D Conversion, Magic Remote and USB Quick View.
LG’s Senior Vice President and Head of the IT Business Unit Il-geun Kwon had this to say: “LG designed its Personal Smart TV lineup to meet the growing demand for compact, multipurpose devices suitable for bedrooms, studio apartments and dormitories. The MT93 is the best in its class and its thin bezel design belies a well-rounded set of features that consumers have come to expect from LG’s large screen Smart TVs.”
With the smart TV’s software, users will have access to Facebook, Hulu Plus, Netflix, and a variety of other online content. In addition, games can be played on the MT93 via a mobile device that is streaming the content to the display via Home High-Definition Link. The MT93 IPS will be launched later this month in Europe, and will then be released in other locations around the globe at an undisclosed date. No price was given.

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