LG has finally priced and dated its 55-inch OLED TV for the U.S. market. It also shows off a slew of appliances at its CES 2013 keynote.
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LAS VEGAS – Consumer electronics giant LG has focused its attention on the house room and living room with a variety of home entertainment and home appliances ads.
First of all was the price and the date of its long-awaited 55-inch OLED TV, which debuted at last year’s CES, even though it was late. The company today said it will start selling in the U.S. in March for about $ 12,000. He has also promised two new sizes of its television 4K versions 65-inch and 55-inch adhere to the “model 84.
LG has spent most of his presentation that elicits smartening of various gadgets, even though most appliances. The company said it is working hard to make the owners of the devices to interact with the devices using their mobile phone for things like turning on a load of laundry, or the initiation of an automatic vacuum from their smartphone.
In particular, there were missing ads on smartphones, a key sector of the business of LG. The company touted its user experience and features simple, though did not announce new models of mobile phones, instead of teasing as a possibility for the next month’s Mobile World Congress.
Ahead of CES, LG debuted its range of TV 2013, which uses LED backlight technology across the board, rather than just high-end sets. There was also a Magic Motion remote updated with voice recognition, and two new Google TV set for release this year.
LG previously debuted its Hecto laser projector, which is the company’s first foray into the projector market. Assertion of the model of fame is that it can be used in a room that is not completely dark.
Earlier this week LG announced that Panasonic joined the Alliance Smart TV, a move to standardize the so-called “Smart TV” features through different brands. This program was announced by LG and Phillips last June, which have since been joined by Toshiba, along with Qualcomm and IBM.