LG turned heads with an impressive line-up of new products and innovations. Relive the excitement with a summary of the latest news and on the ground coverage to find out more about these latest innovations.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the latest device to join LG’s G Series, the ‘G Flex’. It is the first curved screen smartphone to follow the contour of the face, offering totally new and innovative design with an exciting and completely new form factor setting a new benchmark in the evolution of the smartphone.
The ‘G Flex’ will be available at Harvey Norman from February and will be available outright and unlocked or on a contract through a variety of Optus ‘My Plans’.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the LG Lifeband Touch and the LG Heart Rate Earphones, two wearable products that mark the company’s first foray into fitness tech. Both products incorporate comfortable designs and compatibility with other devices so that monitoring health can be as easy as strapping on a watch and putting on a pair of headphones.
Availability of these new products for the Australian market is not yet known, but more details are expected to be given in the near future.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the comprehensive LG ULTRA HD CURVED OLED TV lineup with the 55, 65 and 77-inch models. They all combine LG’s proprietary WRGB OLED technology and Ultra HD screen resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) for a whole new level of picture quality and viewer immersion. Recognised as a standout product at CES 2014, the large 77-inch model is the recipient of the highly-prized Best of Innovations at the 2014 CES Innovations Awards.
The availability of the models being showcased has yet to be determined for the Australian market. Details are expected to be released in the near future.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the Ultra HD TV lineup and explains the partnership between LG and Netflix that will enable online streaming of 4K content on LG Ultra HD TVs.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the new webOS Smart TV platform that has been reinvented and reintroduced as LG’s new Smart TV platform.
While availability of the webOS platform on Smart TV models destined for Australia is yet to be determined, the webOS platform, which will be implemented in more than 70 per cent of LG’s Smart TVs globally in 2014, greatly simplifies the LG Smart TV experience.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the next generation of smart innovations and technologies that take advantage of Natural Language Processing (NLP) technology to allow customers to communicate, control, monitor and share content with LG home appliances via the popular mobile messenger, LINE, and LG’s HomeChat™ service.
While availability of these smart technologies will be determined for the Australian market in 2014, the CES showcase is yet another example of LG striving to make the lives of consumers more convenient. The LG HomeChat™ feature will not be available on appliances for sale in the Australian market in 2014.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the LG Signature Series premium kitchen appliance line-up.
The availability of products specific to LG’s premium kitchen appliance range will be determined for the Australian market in the near future.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the LG Real 4K Monitor & LG UltraWide QHD Monitor that break new ground.
LG’s newest monitors boast a long list of impressive features that make entertainment more immersive, multitasking easier than ever and work more productive. LG’s exceptional IPS monitors have earned a reputation for providing impressive picture quality with life-like color, motion clarity and wide angle viewing.
Availability of the models showcased at CES is yet to be determined for Australia, but this represents a very exciting announcement for LG globally.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, presents the LG Multi-Room Network Music Player and LG SoundPlate™ that turn heads and are set to offer rich, deeply satisfying sound along with convenient smart connectivity features.
While the availability of the models that are being showcased at CES is yet to be determined for the Australian market, this represents an exciting development for consumers searching for quality sound solutions throughout their homes.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, present the first-ever Chromebase, an all-in-one computer powered by the Google Chrome operating system.
The LG Chromebase all-in-one computer is underpinned by a simple yet powerful architecture and comes with several outstanding Google applications. It also serves as a gateway to tens of thousands of web apps in the Chrome Web Store, many of which work offline and online.
The availability of the LG Chromebase for the local Australian market will be determined in 2014.
The Gadget Guy, Peter Blasina, present Dual Access Door Dryer with LG EasyLoad™, a two-way door system offering users a hamper-style door or a swing-door. This unique setup lets users load and unload their machines in a manner that is easiest for them.
Availability of the new front loading and top loading washer-dryers has yet to be determined for the Australian market, and more details will be released as they become known.