LG has been showing off the LG UD 3D TV at IFA this week - the world's first 84-inch 3D TV and perfect excuse to turn your front room into a multiplex
First revealed back at CES, the monster screen arrives with a whopping 4K resolution of 8 million pixels.
The 3840 x 2160 display is four times the resolution of current Full HD TVs and LG has packed in its own Triple XD Engine and Resolution Upscaler Plus technology. The built in 2.2 Speaker System offers two 10W speakers and two 15W woofers.
Oversized 3D visuals seem to be popular at IFA this year - Sony has already unveiled its own 84-inch 4K Bravia TV and its unlikely to be long before other manufacturers follow suit. The only caveat is that any 4K content is still a while off, in the UK at least.
The LG UD (UD stands for Ultra Definition) 3D TV is part of a full line up of home entertainment offerings from LG at IFA and, like other TVs in the line-up will include access to LG's Smart TV ecosystem.
The LG UD 3D TV will cost around £14,000 and will be available in Europe from September.