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LG Announces New 4K Gaming Monitor

LG 27MU67

LG has recently announced the release of their new 27MU67 desktop monitor, which has been optimised for gaming. The 27-inch screen has 4K Ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and features 16:9 IPS panel with 10 bit color depth, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, 300 nits brightness, and support for 99 percent of the …

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LG Develops “Rollable” Displays

LG Rollable Display

Since pioneering the OLED technology that allows television screens to made with thinner, more flexible material, as seen in products such as the world’s first curved screen — the 55-inch 55EA9800 — LG have been developing what should be the next logical step in flexible displays. The company has been able to create an 18-inch OLED display that can be …

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LG Announce Release Window For New SoundPlate System

LG LAB540 SoundPlater + Sub Woofer

LG has announced the release window for their SoundPlate system: the LAB540. Measuring less than 4cm high, the LAB540 is a sleek, space-saving audio system. Featuring Smart TV and Blu-ray functionality, not to mention an integrated 3D Blu-ray player, the system is designed to be paired with flat screen televisions. The device also features 4.1 channel, 320 watt …

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LG’s Gesture And Speech Technology Receives UL Certification

LG has recently announced that their Smart TV advanced recognition technology, which can understand the speech and gestures of the viewer, has met the approval of product testing and inspection body Underwriters Laboratories (UL). This makes LG the first company to receive validation for its Smart TV technologies. LG’s Vice President,  Lee Do-joon had the …

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LG Starts Shipping World’s First Curved Television

LG has been developing the world’s first curved television using OLED (Organic Light-Emmiting Diode) technology, which allows manufacturers to make screens thinner and more flexible than its regular LED counterpart. As a result, LG’s new 55-inch 55EA9800 is only 0.17 inches thick and features WRGB technology. The unit also features rather neat transparent speakers that are hidden …

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Deezer Now Available On Samsung, Toshiba & LG Smart Televisions

Online music subscription service, Deezer, has signed an agreement with Samsung, Toshiba and LG to have their service available on those manufacturers’ respective smart TVs. Similar to Spotify, Deezer gives you access to over 20 million music tracks for a nominal monthly charge. People who don’t have a subscription have access to a free ‘discovery’ …

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LG’s New 84 Inch UD Television Has $20,000 Price Tag

LG‘s new Ultra Definition LED flat screen television starts shipping out of Korea for release in North America in October 2012, with releases in Europe, Asia and elsewhere in the pipeline. The LG 84LM9600 boasts four times the resolution than current 1080p HDTVs, as well as passive 3D capabilities and LG’s Smart TV, which offers …

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The End of the Road For Plasma Screen Production?

Panasonic TH65PF12W

Earlier this month, Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung announced that they will be phasing out the development and production of plasma-based television screens. Following the lead of Panasonic, who made a similar announcement last year, Samsung will cease plasma related operations by the end of November this year. The company cited a lack of sufficient consumer interest in …

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Hisense Unveil Budget 4K Television Set

Chinese manufacturer, Hisense, has just brought a budget 4K UHD flatscreen to the U.S. market. Hisense’s XT880   boasts a 55-inch screen and costs a rather paltry $2,000, which is over half the price of the recently reduced sets by competing companies Sony, Samsung and LG. Although the recently announced SE55UY04 budget 4K set by Seiki is even …

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Ultra HDTVs Get Price Reductions

It seems consumers haven’t taken to new 4K technology to the extent that manufacturers were hoping for. This can partly be attributed to the lack of 4K-ready content, but the higher cost is another reason. So, in a bid to stimulate the flagging Ultra HDTV market, Sony, Samsung, and LG have all recently announced price reductions …

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