LG 32LM6200 3D LED HDTV Review
A mid-range 3D Smart TV that includes most of LG's bells and whistles.
LG Corp. runs a vast empire, making products that range from chemicals to microwaves to TVs. At TelevisionInfo.com, you can probably guess which one of this chaebol's products interests us the most.
The 32LM6200 is a mid-range 3D Smart TV from the Korean giant. Mid-range TVs usually mean that various features on a company's flagship model are cut out, but LG includes most of the bells and whistles here: 3D glasses, ample ports, internet connectivity, and their motion controlled Magic Remote. What more could anyone ask for?
With all of the aforementioned features, we need to remember that the core product here is still a television and that good picture quality is the single most important feature a TV can have. Fear not, dear readers, because LG has remembered this. The 32LM6200 is a solid performer all around. Even those extra features, like 3D and internet connectivity, are done extremely well here.
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