Update: with LG MAGIC Android App, you can control wireless your 2012 LG TV
techradar.com – April 2012
Truster reviews recommended – April 2012
CNET Editors Choice – April 20142
ITProPortal – May 2012
CINEMA 3D TV – SKY’S FIRST CHOICE FOR 3D TVs
When it comes to 3D TV, Sky – the UK’s foremost provider of 3D content – knows what its talking about. So it’s no surprise that Sky chooses LG 3D TVs to show off its cutting-edge 3D content.
COMFORTABLE 3D GLASSES
CINEMA 3D TV technology makes LG 3D glasses* the pick of the bunch in terms of comfort, light weight and affordability, bringing home movie viewing to a whole new level.
* (4 x 3D Glasses, 1 x Clip-on Glasses included)
CINEMA SCREEN DESIGN – MINIMISED FRAME, MAXIMISED PICTURE
CINEMA SCREEN design makes LG CINEMA 3D TVs the perfect compliment to any stylish home, and with corner-to-corner action from the first minute to the very last, it’s the ultimate immersive viewing experience.
FLICKER-FREE 3D TV
All LG CINEMA 3D TVs are certified flicker-free, meaning more comfortable viewing, less stress on your eyes and a sensational, blur-free 3D* experience.
*Using Passive 3D technology
3D TV DEPTH CONTROL
Customize the depth of your 3D TV to suit what your watching. Or even your mood. Watch in ultimate comfort, or dial up the 3D effect for maximum wow factor
3D SOUND ZOOMING
Great 3D TV needs great 3D sound and 3D Sound Zooming synchs with the 3D visuals onscreen to provide the last word in sonic excellence
2D TO 3D CONVERSION
LG’s next-generation 2D to 3D up-scaling technology turns standard 2D broadcasts into incredible 3D programming at the touch of a button. Now you’ve got no excuse to take off those glasses!
DUAL PLAY – FROM SPLIT-SCREEN TO FULL SCREEN GAMING
Split-screen gaming is great but imagine being able to play a two-player game in full screen all on the same TV. This LG CINEMA 3D TV, Dual Play lets each player see the game from their own perspective without halving the screen size.
*Dual Play glasses sold separately
SMART TV – Simple Control Over Your Entertainment
Get the best of the internet direct to your TV without a computer with LG Smart TV. Access the best TV from the past seven days using BBC iPlayer, chat to friends on Facebook and Twitter, watch YouTube videos, stream movies on demand and surf the web via the built-in browser.
You can even download apps from the LG App store, get your favorite music, videos and photos on the big screen with LG Smart Share, and even control the whole thing with a point and click from the LG Magic Remote.
* Magic Remote (AN-MR300) included
Share music, videos and photos stored on your desktop PC, laptop or smartphone with Smart Share. Either connect your device via USB or DLNA – a file compatibility standard designed to ease the frustration of incompatible media files.
Take control of your Twitter and Facebook accounts without even firing up your laptop. LG’s Social Center app lets you chat with friends and followers direct from your LG SMART TV. No computer or smartphone required.
MAGIC REMOTE WHEEL
Scrolling up and down a screen is second nature to PC users but with the Magic Remote’s new wheel functionality, you can do the same on your TV screen. Scroll, zoom and do anything you can do with your computer’s mouse.
*Magic Remote (AN-MR300) included
WI-FI BUILT IN
Connect your LG Smart TV to the internet without any wires with built-in Wi-Fi and bring the best of the web directly to your TV
LED PLUS – TAKE TOTAL CONTROL OF YOUR PICTURE
LG’s LED Plus technology means a suitably equipped screen is able to dim unused parts of the screen – during a particularly dark scene for example – to create deeper blacks and therefore greater contrast than conventional LCD/LED TVs
AN ECO-FRIENDLY REVOLUTION – 42LM660
LG TVs with Class A+ Energy rating are some of the best-in-class energy products available. This means you can save money off your electricity bills and help reduce energy consumption at the same time.
IT ProPortal– May, 29 2012
If the 42LM660T is anything to go by, it’s no surprise that LG has been enjoying such amazing success in the LED TV market of late. It’s a very impressive TV on many counts, from its dazzling high-definition pictures to the lengthy feature list…Read Full Review
msn tech & gadgets– Apr, 30 2012
LG’s 55LM660T is a mid-range TV with some high-end features, and kicks off the company’s 2012 TV range in triumphant style…Read Full Review
CNET UK– Apr, 16 2012
“There’s plenty to like with the 42-inch LG 42LM660T, including its sumptuous design, excellent Smart TV features, top-notch 3D support and pristine HD images…Read Full Review
techradar– Apr, 13 2012
The 55LM660T’s design is nothing short of spectacular. And the same can often be said of its pictures, at least with bright, sharp, colorful HD and 3D sources. 3D in particular is great fun to watch…Read Full Review
Trusted Reviews– Apr, 12 2012
The LG 55LM660T represents a great and ambitious start to LG’s 2012 TV range. As well as being stunningly attractive, and delivering features galore and some great interface innovations…Read Full Review
Passive 3D glasses are any 3D glasses that don’t require a power source to view 3D content. The two major types of passive glasses are anaglyph and polarized 3D glasses. One of the main benefits to passive 3D glasses is cost. Since they do not require a power source or powered lenses, passive 3D glasses can be very inexpensive. Anaglyph glasses, commonly seen with one red and one cyan lens, are often seen made out of cardboard with cellophane lenses. Though anaglyph glasses do show the viewer a 3D image it is the least advanced of all methods of delivering 3D and because they use color to separate the images some or all color information is lost to the viewer.
Polarized 3D glasses come in two forms, linear polarized and circular polarized. Linear polarized glasses require the use to maintain a vertical head position, tilting your head left or right can break the 3D effect because the content relies on one eye seeing the vertically polarized image and the second eye seeing the horizontally polarized image. When the head is tilted the polarized lenses no longer line with the polarized double image on the screen. Circular polarization does away with this problem but it requires a special projector and filter and will not be used on 3D televisions.
Another benefit to passive 3D glasses is that since the viewer is being shown both images at once it does not half the frame rate of the content like active glasses do.
Advantages and disadvantages
With passive 3D, the viewer will see 540 lines of resolution to each eye, or half 1080p (provided the source is 1080p). So, theoretically the picture will have less depth and quality than one of 1080p. The advantages of passive 3D is that the glasses are much less expensive and need no power. 3D glasses of this variety can cost as little as $5 a pair and often come with the TV, so setting the family up for some 3D viewing will not hit the wallet as hard. Passive 3D viewing will not cause the eye strain and fatigue that active 3D will since the glasses are not actively opening and closing.
Recently, the debate between active and passive 3D is getting hotter due to the choices of manufacturers to produce one or the other technology. LG and Vizio are producing only passive 3D in their LED-LCD TV lineups. Panasonic, Samsung and Sony are producing active 3D only in their lineups. Toshiba is producing both active and passive 3D and also trying to bring to market the first 3D TVs without glasses. It will be interesting to see if the lower overall price point of passive 3D offerings forces the hand of the active 3D manufacturers.
As the picture says, stereotypes are for small-minded people.
In this picture are just 4 examples, but there are many more…
I will add a list of websites with lists of stereotypes:
Update: Due to Turkish mail service, i was not able to recive my Pi, and i cant get any information about it…so it means its lost…nice one PTT
Users have been able to remotely install apps from the web version of the Google Play store since the old Android Market days, but now they can also remotely uninstall most of the apps on loaded on their Android devices. “Most” of them because the page now also displays System apps and carrier loaded apps that can’t be reinstalled without a fight. Appearing right next to the remote uninstall button is an update (when applicable, of course) and pushes the latest version of an app onto the device in question.
1. Project Butter aims to make Android devices lag-free
“Buttery graphics and silky transitions” is what you deserve with an operating system and that’s what Jelly Bean aims to finally bring to Android. Touch responses are getting faster in JB and switching apps is getting smoother.
2. Google Now brings time and location-aware search and suggestions
Google Now knows where and when you are thanks to the phone’s sensors, and it uses this information along with Google’s Knowledge Graph to bring you search results and suggestions for the places you are and the times you visit them. It will initially be available in the United States.
3. Jelly Bean comes with ”Actionable” notifications
Actionable here means that you can take action directly from the notification bar. Say you have a missed call – you can now call back directly from the notification drop down.
4. Widgets resize automatically to fit your screen
Widgets are now smarter and if you try to move a large widget to a screen with little space it will automatically resize to fit and other icons automatically figure out where to move to empty the needed space.
5. JB has a brand new Gallery with filmstrip view and swiping gestures to delete photos
Zero shutter lag and burst shots came with ICS, and this definitely results in tons more photos. JB brings a quick and easy way to view and delete the unnecessary ones with filmstrip view in the gallery.
6. The keyboard is now smarter with better autocorrect.
Android Jelly Bean now comes with improved dictionaries. Predictive input gets really predictive and sometimes would even guess the word you want to type before you do.
7. Android now comes with Offline Voice Dictation
Best of all, now you don’t need to be connected to the network for voice dictation – it works offline.
8. Accessibility is improved with Braille support and plugins for USB and Bluetooth output devices
Blind users now get touch and swipe gestures to navigate the UI, and accessibility is improved.
9. Android Beam comes to NFC Jelly Bean phones
Phones with NFC and Jelly Bean will get the Android Beam function that allows sharing of contacts, pages, YouTube videos and more in a second.
10. Search gets a complete overhaul
The new search gets a visual overhaul to match the added power of the Knowledge Graph.
11. Intelligent voice search that speaks back to you
You’ve been able to search the web with your voice for a while on Android, but now the phone will speak back to you with intelligent answers.
12. Google Now cards pop up on your screen when and where you need them
Google Now will automatically pop up relevant cards when you’re at a particular location. You’re in an airport? Your boarding pass should be right there for you.