LG are renowned for their next-generation gadgetry. This time they have chosen to go retro with their new LG 32LN630R HDTV. The 32-inch LCD set boasts a full HD resolution and it comes with support for USB drives and MHL.
LG certainly seem to be missing the TVs that had you walking over to change the channels. Their 32LN630R looks pretty much like a '70s tube TV down to the rotary dials and working channel, and they have infused the retro design with the usual modern luxuries like the 1080p IPS-based display that has support for both MHL video from mobile devices and USB-based storage. The TV has a native resolution of 1920×1080.
LG has started shipping the 32LN630R TV to South Korea at a cost of 840,000 won ($754). Americans who are nostalgic of the Retro TVs will have to wait a while to get this HDTV as the company has no immediate plans of distributing it in the American market.