The L197WH uses a proprietary LG visuals chipset which can reset each section of the screen in two milliseconds. When the screen displays moving images the DFC ratio is boosted to 10,000:1 to offer greater clarity.
"LG was the first to bring the 5,000:1 DFC to the UK last year," said Fiona Landsberg, marketing manager at LG Electronics.
The screen is being sent out to retailers now and is likely to cost around £200.
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