New LED TVs for 2011

New LED TVs from LG, Samsung and Sony

If you're looking for a new LED TV this year you're spoilt for choice — there are great models available from a range of manufacturers. We've put together a list of some of the stand-out LED TVs that will be available in 2011.

Read about Samsung's 2011 TVs including Australian pricing.

Learn about Sony's 2011 BRAVIA LCD and LED TV line-up.

Read our LCD vs LED vs Plasma TV buying guide.

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LG LW6500

LG's LW6500 LED TV is one of the more innovative TVs to be announced at CES 2011. It uses passive 3D -- just like a cinema screen -- which means glasses are a lot cheaper and crosstalk should be reduced. It also has all the Web features you'd expect from a high-end TV in 2011, like an application download service and movie streaming.

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  • 21st Jan., 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • LG
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  • Pros:
  • Passive 3D means much cheaper 3D glasses and no flicker
  • Cons:
  • You've still got to wear glasses, picture resolution is reduced in 3D mode

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Boz

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very helpful great round up

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