Highlights LG LED TV Lineup for 2013 with Initial Reviews, Specs, and Model Comparisons

Reviewers Robert Wiley and Jack Burden cover the complete list of LG LCD/LED TV new releases for the 2013 year

ATLANTA, March 14, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- LG has taken much of their focus away from plasma TV production this year. Instead, their LG LED TV lineup is bigger than it has been in previous years. This is good for shoppers because they will be able to find an LED TV to suit their needs and price points without much of a struggle. Top tier models include built-in cameras, 3D playback, and some of the most advanced picture quality features for LED TVs. Robert Wiley and Jack Burden have a full run down of the TVs from LG. Their LG LED TV 2013 page offers their initial impressions as well as specifications and versus pages.


Jack Burden covered the LG 55GA7900 first. This is a Google TV enabled TV that improves upon LG's past iterations of the Google TV. Jack noted the unique and striking appearance attracts much attention upon first glance. After he dove deeper into the features of the TV he said, "this 55 inch model is part of LG's greatly expanded line of LED televisions equipped with Google TV. This enhances the user experience of the TV in a big way. Google TV adds the full Chrome web browser, searching ease, voice recognition and more to your TV, making for a fuller online experience to your living room. The 55GA7900 even has access to the Android marketplace so many apps you use on a smartphone or tablet can be run right on your TV. "

The next model in the lineup is not a Google TV, but it offers the full LG smart TV package. Jack covered this one too. He said, "The 55LA7400 is a direct replacement of last year's 55LM7600. The 7400 series is third down from the top of the line model, not including LG's 4K TV. The 240Hz panel is the most distinctive feature from all the models below it. This model is also equipped with a dual core processor to keep the Smart TV feature running smoothly."

Further down the line is the LG 55LA6200. Burden mentions how it rests near the middle of the lineup, so many of the top tier features have been stripped away. "The big difference between this model and the upper tier series from LG is that this model does not have that razor thin bezel design or the new Magic floating stand that the upper tier Cinema Screen design models have. Other than that it does not come standard with the wonderful Magic Remote which we always enjoy," Jack said when he mention what this TV was missing. He wrapped up his write-up of this model by saying value is one of its best features.

Burden also covered a TV that is perfect for TV shoppers not interested in paying for all the features a top tier TV comes with. The 55LN5400 is a great example of the bare bones TV. He takes the side of those skeptical about 3D and internet features on this one. "The 55LN5400 will be quite the hit for those not interested in have a TV with 3D capabilities. To take it one step further, it has no Smart TV features either. What it does have is a full HD resolution picture with a 120Hz refresh rate. That should be music to the ears for people not jumping on the internet and 3D wagons."

About CEAG Inc.
Consumer Electronics Advisory Group Inc. operates several premier buying guide websites, including,, and among others. Online since 1999, the company provides objective and thoroughly researched information through professional reviews performed by seasoned reviewers. Editors Robert Wiley and Jack Burden have been reviewing televisions since the first commercial plasma TVs hit the market in year 2000. ISF calibrator John Wirtz has been calibrating televisions professionally for 10 years. The company adheres to strict testing guidelines using the highest caliber equipment. Company web sites have more than 15 million unique visitors each year in the fast growth consumer electronics industry.  

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