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LG QNED MiniLED TVs
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LG’s New QNED MiniLED TVs Will Take Your Breath Away

If the last few years have proved anything, it’s the importance of owning high-quality home entertainment. Not only has the pandemic kept us inside more, but new TV shows and movies are now commonly released on streaming services, increasing the need for premier screens that allow us to enjoy the content to its fullest extent. Nobody understands this trend better than LG Electronics Australia, which today announced the local availability of their premium 8K and 4K QNED MiniLED TV range. As described by the company, the highly anticipated LED/LCD TV lineup “combines the power of Mini LED panels with Quantum Dot and NaNoCell technologies to deliver improved blacks, more accurate colour reproduction and great contrast.”

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LG QNED MiniLED TVs

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Promising ultimate innovation in LED/LCD technology, the LG QNED MiniLED TV models use thousands of Mini LED lights to deliver enhanced images. This aims to deliver greater contrast and brightness with more accurate colour reproduction compared to previous LG UHD and LG NanoCell LED/LCD TVs. Furthermore, customer’s viewing experience can be upgraded even further thanks to LG Real 8K, which combines high pixel density with DotNanoCell technology plus MiniLED.

As the brand’s pinnacle offering, the LG QNED MiniLED range includes large screen sizes designed to bring sporting events to life. Across one 4K and two 8K models, three separate sizing options are available, including 65-inch, 75-inch and 86-inch, aimed to have sports fans feeling the full stadium atmosphere while enjoying its rich, accurate colours. In addition, LG’s Sport Alert feature enables users to receive notifications about key moments before, during and after games for all their favourite sports.

LG QNED MiniLED TVs

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As featured across the broader LG 2021 TV range, the LG QNED MiniLED series will include the new LG webOS 6.0 interface and voice connectivity via LGThinQ, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa platforms. These connectivity capabilities paired with the 2021 Magic Remote have been purposed to give customers faster access to apps and content discovery.

Tony Brown, Marketing Manager for Home Entertainment at LG Electronics Australia commented on the 2021 QNED MiniLED TV range: “LG QNED MiniLED TVs will enrich the everyday lives of our customers, whether they enjoy movies, sports or gaming. Combining the best of both Quantum Dot and NanoCell colour technologies with the advantages of MiniLED backlights, our QNED MiniLED TVs are a new addition to our innovative home entertainment range and offer Australians a new and improved LED/LCD TV range in big screen sizes”

“As we spend more time at home, it is clear that Australians are continuing to invest in upgrading the home entertainment experience for their houses and we’re proud to offer them a new premium viewing option.”

Model Size RRP (AU$)
QNED99 8K 86-inch $10,799
75-inch $7,799
65-inch $5,759
QENED96 8K 75-inch $5,999
65-inch $4,799
QNED91 4K 86-inch $8,399
75-inch $5,999
65-inch $4,679

The LG QNED Mini LED TV range is available now at leading retailers and on the LG website.

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LG QNED MiniLED TVs

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Sam Mangioni is an experienced Staff Writer with an extensive background in digital content production and news. Prior to working for Man of Many, Sam spent three years at Southern Cross Austereo where he served as a Content Producer and News Reporter for the flagship Triple M Breakfast Program. The Sydney-based reporter completed a Bachelor of Commerce from Macquarie University Majoring in Marketing in 2014. A specialist in sport, lifestyle and gear coverage, Sam's work has also featured in Fight News Australia.