The LG 52LG71 may look like the ultimate typo, but it's actually a very promising television. A bit more than just another 1080p 52-inch LCD, this new model claims to stream HD over Wi-Fi. Which Wi-Fi draft standard is LG using? Not certain. Even if the technology works can most home theatres take advantage? Probably not. Is it any better than the Wi-Fi TVs we've seen so far? No clue. But a Wi-Fi LCD TV streaming HD looks so great on a spec sheet. No word on pricing or a US release. [engadget via newlaunches]
LG 52LG71, Big LCD With Wi-Fi HD Streaming
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