It features a transparent lip that comes out of the edge of the frame, past the glossy bezel, which looks great from many angles. It’s nice to see when designers mix it up a little, and I’m personally very glad they have moved past the plain black gloss on every HDTV, as seen last year.
The LG 32LH5000 has some great features and specifications for it’s modest asking price. Along with the 1080p LCD panel, it features TruMotion 100Hz technology which shows frames at 100 fps, reducing motion blur, and keeping the images sharp and judder free.
The 32LH5000 also features LG’s latest XD Engine processing, which enhances images in a number of ways from, colours and sharpness to motion control and noise reduction, to get the very best image quality.
Connectivity is good on the LG 32LH5000, with inputs including; four HDMI , PC VGA, and a USB input which can playback a number of file types, including, AVI, MPG, JPG, and DivX HD. TrustedReviews looked at the 32LH5000 and said, the TruMotion engine actually does a pretty nice job of reining in resolution loss when showing motion. The LG 32LH5000 carries some great features for its money – especially the DivX HD playback – and goes out of its way to be user-friendly and look great in your living room. The set has a game stab at seeing off some of LCD’s traditional image flaws, too.