Enjoy the exceptional picture quality of LG's LB5900 TV. With Full HD 1080p resolution you get double the pixel resolution of standard HD, making your HD channels and Blu-ray movies look amazing. And, because this TV has LED backlighting, colors are bright and clear with detailed color that enhances your viewing experience. Have pictures, movies or audio stored on a USB? With USB 2.0, you can just plug and play your JPEG, MP3 and DivX HD content. And if you have fast moving content like action and sports, it will look virtual blur free with LG's Motion Clarity Index 240 that lets you get into the action.
The Best Picture Resolution for High Definition
This leap forward in picture quality is the reason you wanted HDTV in the first place. Full HD 1080p meets the highest standards for high definition, displaying 1,080 (progressive) lines of resolution on screen for a clearer, more detailed image that is simply breathtaking.
Amazing Brightness, Clarity and Color Detail
LED uses tiny, energy-efficient light-emitting diodes to illuminate the picture. The new standard in HDTVs, LED is superior to older CCFL technology, making slimmer televisions possible, with amazing brightness, clarity and color detail.
Fast Moving Images Appear Crystal Clear
Our Motion Clarity Index (MCI) rates how well LG LCD televisions display fast motion. This figure represents not only the benefits of our enhanced frame rates but also our detailed backlight scanning, advanced local dimming, and powerful video processing engine. A higher MCI is better, and this television has earned a rating of 240, double that of our base models, with a native panel refresh rate of 120Hz.
Plug into MHL to Quickly Show Mobile Content on the TV
Connect your compatible mobile device to your TV through an MHL cable to see your content up on the big screen and charge your phone at the same time. See your photos and videos shot on your phone on the big screen.
Save More Than Energy
Earning the ENERGY STAR badge indicates that a product meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. For TVs, this means they save energy both in standby and active modes. ENERGY STAR-qualified TVs use about 30% less energy than non-qualified models.