Loewe is announcing a bevy of new sets at IFA, including an active shutter 3D model due for release in early 2011

Next up on our manic tour of IFA product launches here in Berlin is Loewe. The company is announcing a bevy of new sets, including an active shutter 3D model due for release in early 2011. Here are the highlights:

• The Loewe Art and Connect TV ranges will both adopt LED backlighting technology.

• Loewe's DR+ recording technology will be expanded across the range, so you can record on the TV's hard drive and distribute content to other devices around the home.

• Loewe 3D TV (yes, that's what it's called) is a 400Hz set, and there's a matching Blu-ray player.

• The company is also talking up its MediaNet functionality – basically a load of TV internet services. It looks substantial, but how many services will be available in the UK, we wonder?

More pictures and info on the new Loewe range can be found on our blog.

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