LG Debuts New Ultra HD LED Models at CE Week

LG Electronics Tuesday unveiled its latest generation of Ultra HD 4K LED TVs. The seven models in three series are being demonstrated at Booth 61 at CE Week in New York.

The line, which was previewed at CES in January, consists of the top-of-the-line UB9800 Series (priced at $4,499, $7,999 and $14,999, respectively, in 64.5, 78.5 and 84-inch sizes), along with the midlevel UB9500 series (two models priced at $2,499 and $3,499), and the UB8500 series ($1,499 and $1,999.)

In addition, LG is offering a year’s subscription of Netflix to those purchasing a qualifying TV by August 16.

“LG is serious about making Ultra HD TVs a reality for consumers now. That’s why our new lineup offers a broad variety of series, class sizes and prices,” David VanderWaal, head of marketing for LG Electronics USA, said as part of the announcement.

“With a Smart TV platform as simple and robust as webOS and IPS panels that deliver ultra wide viewing angles, LG’s Ultra HD TVs have the most comprehensive features available to American consumers.”

Also this week, LG announced the release of a software development kit (SDK) for its webOS smart TV apps.

LG’s models were also named the Official Ultra HDTV of CE Week.

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