One of the biggest features of this year’s CES is defiantly the OLED TVs, which for a while now we have been waiting for an increase in size to what has previously been shown off, and it seems LG may have just given us the answer, with their very own 55 inch OLED TV.

The TV claimed by LG to be the World’s largest OLED TV, is also amazingly thin, alongside this and it’s “unrivalled” 3D picture quality and this TV is defiantly on every man’s wish list. Probably the widest part of its design, however, is the removal of the bezel, which looks great not too sure if its practical, however.

But if you do want one your going to have a wait a little longer, as LG have not stated any release dates as of yet, but we’d expect to see the LG EM9600 here in the UK sometime in the second half of 2012,

Alongside the world largest OLED TV, LG also showed off the world’s largest Ultra Definition 3D TV, which is a massive 84 inches, and features 3D and Smart TV connectivity, and has been named, LG LM960V.

The UD TV promises picture quality unlike any other TV with around 8 million megapixels, with a resolution of 3840×2160, alongside this, you can edit the 3D depth to allow you to watch and play at the same time, and should be in the UK around the same time as the EM9600.

If these models sound a little too expensive for you, then you might enjoy some of the other TVs LG announced which seem a bit cheaper, but do suffer when compared to the UDTVs, One of their newest ranges, the LG Cinema Screen range, includes some brilliant TVs,  including the LG LM660T, LM669T and LM670T, all with a 1mm bezel and Cinema 3D, which entitles you to 4 free pairs of 3D glasses and 2 pairs f Dual Play Glasses.

In case you’re wondering, the LM66oT comes the 32-inch edition, whilst  this one and the other’s will be available in 42, 37 and 55-inch models.

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