LG 60PZ950 3D plasma TV (preview)
LG's best plasma TV for 2011 in Australia, with 3D and Smart TV Internet access
- Huge screen for a reasonably low price
- Smart TV services look great
- Who knows?
LG's 60in 60PZ950 plasma TV is the company's top model release for 2011 in Australia. It's a huge screen for a small price and has all of LG's latest tricks inside -- as long as its picture quality is as good as LG's best plasma TVs from last year, we're thinking the 60PZ950 is going to be an excellent value choice for a big screen plasma TV.
Price$ 2,899.00 (AUD)
The LG 60PZ950 is a 60in 3D plasma TV with Smart TV Internet features. It doesn't have the Cinema 3D features of 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 60PZ950 is available now for a $2899 recommended retail price.
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