At International CES, LG unveiled a new line of thin plasma TVs, including the debut of the new Infinia series. The new models include eight new TVs in four separate series: the PK950, PK750, PK550 and PJ350.
The new TVs, just two inches in depth, represent a complete redesign of LG's plasma lines. As announced earlier in the show, LG's new TVs will have access to a wide variety of connected content, including Skype, Netflix, YouTube, Vudu and more.
"Plasma TV technology is still considered the gold standard of picture quality by discerning home theater enthusiasts," Tim Alessi, director of product development for LG Electronics USA, said in a statement. "LG's 2010 plasma line combines new technology, such as the TruBlack Filter and superior color accuracy, with striking new designs that are slimmer, narrower and lighter, demonstrating LG's commitment to innovation in the plasma category."