The flicker free, smoother picture quality has been made possible with FPR (Film Patterned Retarder) technology that work with the passive Cinema 3D glasses. The panels are also covered with 3D Light Boost film for a brighter display.
Additional features include 2D to 3D conversion, DLNA support, and LG's Smart TV interface.
These very high-end displays are available in Korea now and will roll out globally in March. Pricing wasn't specified, but you can use your imagination. Think expensive.
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