LG 50PZ950 3D plasma TV (preview)
A 50in LG plasma with Smart TV Internet access and 3D playback
- Big screen for a very low RRP
- Smart TV services look great
- We'll have to wait and see
The 50in LG 50PZ950 is the mid-size version of the 60PZ950 -- LG's top plasma TV in Australia for 2011. It's a big screen without a big price tag, and it's got all of LG's newest gadgetry inside. We're keen to see how it performs.
Price$ 1,999.00 (AUD)
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The LG 50PZ950 is a 50in 3D plasma TV. It doesn't have the superior cinema-style passive 3D that you can get on LG's 2011 LED TV range like the LG LW6500 3D LED TV, but it's got all LG's Smart TV Internet access features built in.
The LG 50PZ950 is available now for a $1999 recommended retail price.
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