LG is hitting it hard with its latest gaming monitor, designed for high-end rigs with a 4K panel that can reach 144Hz G-SYNC or FreeSync Premium Pro. Most computers struggle to hit 1440p 144Hz, so LG is really reaching for the top here. This Nano IPS display offers “the most precise color reproduction possible” and is even VESA DisplayHDR 600 certified. Should this moni4k 144hztor become the centerpiece of your gaming setup? Keep reading to find out more
These days aesthetics play a large roll in many home offices. Unfortunately a work area can look fantastic, but can still lead to neck, shoulder, and back pain due to bad ergonomics. Thankfully a sleek, new LG Ergo monitor is here to save the day with a plethora of features bound to grab many Mac and PC users’ attention. This comes on the same day that Samsung opened up pre-orders for its latest gaming displays, but LG Ergo differentiates itself with a highly-flexible C-Clamp mount that’s ready to attach to almost any desk. Continue reading to learn more.
As with more and more battery-powered devices make their ways into our lives, many of them make us question why it took so long to cut the cord. In many regards Dyson has cornered the market on that mindshare when it comes to cord-free vacuums, but that’s not stopping LG from pushing ahead with its newest competitive offering. The next-generation LG CordZero Stick Vacuum sports the company’s “most advanced suction power across a range of floor types,” clocking in at 200-watts. It’s also backed by a 10-year warranty and features user-replaceable batteries that equip owners with up to 120-minutes of floor-cleaning time. Continue reading to learn more.
After being announced back at CES 2020, LG has slowly been unwrapping details on its latest lineup of OLED TVs. Today, we’re getting additional details on its first 48-inch offering, which arrives with notable NVIDIA G-SYNC features and all the usual inky blacks we’ve come to know and love on these OLED displays. Additional details on availability, pricing, and where this year’s LG OLED TVs will be available can be found below.
LG’s latest PC gaming monitor has some fantastic features. From built-in HDR10 compatibility to a 240Hz refresh rate, IPS technology, and NVIDIA G-SYNC, it’s the ultimate gaming monitor for spending more time indoors. The design offers a 3-side borderless feature which means that running a multi-monitor setup is easier than ever. But why should LG’s latest 27-inch 1080p 240Hz UltraGear monitor sit on your desk? Well, you’ll need to keep reading to learn more.
LG just announced that Alexa will be built into its CineBeam AI ThinQ 4K projector lineup. This means that both the LED HU70LA and HU85LA projectors from LG will receive a free upgrade to have Alexa’s services built-into them. Owners won’t have to do anything but update the software once they connect the projector to the internet. How will this change your experience? Keep reading to learn more.
After initially being detailed back at CES 2020, LG is now providing more information on its line of this year’s OLED TVs. LG is slated to release 14 new models in all, including the art-inspired GX Gallery series, real 8K ZX models, and 4K Ultra HD TVs. With more pressuring mounting from competitors in Samsung and Sony, LG is moving quickly to saturate the market with its latest OLED TVs, including the smallest panel to date. Hit the jump for full details on all of today’s news, pricing, and availability for these new LG OLED TVs.
LG’s latest ovens, dubbed InstaView Ranges, now offer quite a few great new features. They feature LG’s iconic “knock on” InstaView technology that lets you easily see what’s going on inside of your range. Plus, there’s even air frying functionality to help make faster, healthier meals in your own home.
While LG has several pairs of headphones to choose from, you’ll have a hard time finding a pair of truly-wireless AirPod competitors. That changes today with the release of LG TONE Free. With its new headphones, LG adopts some of the headlining features found in AirPods, including “automatic ear detection” and a “semi-open design” which mimics Apple’s first design of its popular pair of headphones. Some areas are completely different though, with USB-C charging and self-cleaning technology inside the included charging case. Continue reading to learn more.
Today LG has introduced its first entry into the wildly competitive wireless earbuds space with its new Tone+ Free. LG becomes the latest company to try to hang in a product category dominated by Apple’s AirPods and that’s littered with lower-priced alternatives from overseas. LG hopes to stand apart from the crowd with a laundry list of specs, including fast charging which delivers a full hour of playback after just five minutes of being plugged in. There’s also a special case that LG says will help cut down on germs, something that can be a real problem with these devices. Hit the jump for more on the new Tone+ Free earbuds.
With massive gaming and computing displays starting to increase in popularity, LG is attempting to further blur the lines between TVs and monitors. Its latest announcement confirms that some of its 55 to 77-inch TVs will receive a firmware update that yields G-Sync compatibility. The addition of G-Sync to some of its latest televisions should be appealing to PC gamers as it can ultimately provide a smoother gaming experience.
Large OLED displays are trending these days with more offerings available than ever before. Just a couple weeks back Dell helped propel the computing industry forward by announcing an Alienware-branded 55-inch OLED 4K Monitor with a killer 120Hz refresh rate. Today we’ve heard that a massive LG 8K 88-inch OLED TV is being readied for launch and will support both Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit technologies.
With such easily-distinguishable offerings, LG appears to have found enough separation to justify the purchase of each to most consumers. Whether you’re looking for a way to improve your home theater, take music on-the-go, or shake the walls in your home, the new LG XBOOM offerings aim to get the job done.
My first interaction with a portable air conditioner was not a good one. The central air failed at my business and I needed to ensure the climate was acceptable until the problem could be resolved. Cooling performance was impressive, but the omission of smart functionality was rather disappointing. LG is tackling this problem with its new smart air conditioner.
It’s a portable unit capable of cranking out 14,000 BTUs and is not LG’s first attempt at making a smart air conditioner. The new product joins several other window models that churn up to 22,000 BTUs. It sports LG’s proprietary Dual Inverter Compressor, allowing it to keep noise to a minimum while providing a 40% improvement in energy efficiency.
After what seemed to be a myth, LG has officially announced today that the “world’s first” rollable OLELD TV will be available to the general public later this year. This lust-worthy detail comes on the heels of LG revealing that AirPlay is also on the docket for its lineup in 2019. Officially dubbed the LG Signature OLED TV R, this gorgeous display arrives in a stunning aluminum base that sets the scene for a sleek 4K panel to emerge. More details below.
With CES 2019 right around the corner, plenty of hardware manufacturers are pre-announcing products that they plan to debut at the show. Unsurprisingly, LG has gear to show off, and at the very least we know it plans to add two new UltraWide monitors to its existing lineup.
The two new monitors will have the model numbers 49WL95 and 38GL950G. Based on this information alone, it is pretty clear that the sizes will be 49 and 38 inches, respectively. The 49-inch model will be targeted at business professionals while the 38-inch option packs features that are akin to gaming.
LG is expected to be an aggressive player at CES in Las Vegas next month. And while there should be plenty of new TVs, smart home gear, and more coming down the line, we’re getting our first glimpse at a new gaming-focused monitor today from LG. There’s never been a better time to upgrade your setup with a new monitor, as the market is flooded with both low-cost and high-performance options. The new LG 32QK500-W 32-inch FreeSync display arrives this morning with a respectable $350 price tag and sleek, Apple-friendly design. Head below for more.
The PC industry is struggling to remain exciting. This is largely due to the fact that we are in an era where iPads and iPhones not only look great, but they are also beginning to surpass the performance offered by many Intel and AMD-powered laptops. For this reason, we are seeing some breakthrough innovations in laptops that trim down bezel sizes and overall dimensions as a whole. With the announcement and upcoming debut of its new 14 and 17-inch gram laptops, LG is showing that it has the chops for competing with the best of them, including Apple.
To ring in the new year, many will flock to Las Vegas for CES 2019. Ahead of the annual convention, LG has offered an early look at its upcoming line of OLED TVs. In partnership with Summit Wireless, LG has announced that it’ll be bolstering its lineup of flagship TVs with support for Hi-Fi, wireless audio. As some of the first TVs to support WiSA out of the box, LG is looking to give the audio protocol you’ve never heard of another chance for success. Head below for more details.
We’re under a month away from CES, the annual gathering of the biggest names in tech out in Las Vegas. As usual, some new products are already beginning to be teased ahead of January’s event. One such offering is from LG, who is entering the ever-expanding craft beer market with a new at-home system. LG is looking to the popular capsule strategy made famous by Keurig for its new home brewing system. It’s expected to be unveiled in full at CES but we’re already getting a quick glimpse today of the new LG HomeBrew system.
This morning LG has announced its newest 4K 32UK550-B monitor, a 31.5-inch display that packs HDR and more. It’s priced at $500 which puts it right in the mid-range of 4K alternatives on the market. LG has been slow to roll out HDR monitors, so today’s news is a welcome announcement. In fact, its their first priced below $500. Head below for more.
There were a few different monitors announced recently, with a new line from LG dubbed UltraGear and a company called Viotek, who is somewhat of a newcomer to the monitor space. Will LG’s UltraGear or Viotek’s latest curved bezel-less monitors find their way onto your desk?
A few years back when the original 12-inch MacBook came out in 2015, people were clamoring for a monitor that could not only send video, but also audio, and power to the notebook all over a single USB-C cable.
LG has released what it’s calling the 4K Laser CineBeam Projector. Initially announced at CES about 6 months ago, it stands out from the competition due to its a unique, portable design that retains a competitive price point.
Earlier this month, LG unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the G7 ThinQ, and this Friday you’ll be able to pre-order the new device over at T-Mobile. The LG G7 ThinQ retails for $750, but taking advantage of T-Mobile’s installment plan will score you the Android smartphone for just $30 down and $30 a month. What’s even better is that those who purchase a G7 ThinQ will get another on the house. Pre-ordering from T-Mobile also offers additional perks like an exclusive Raspberry Rose colorway. The smartphone officially goes up for pre-order on May 25th at 5:00am PT and you can learn more about LG’s latest by checking out our launch coverage.
High-end home theaters help us bring home our favorite movies, and there’s nothing like a massive 4K TV at the center of it to recreate the silver screen experience at home. OLED TV are some of the most widely acclaimed out there, and today LG unveiled the rest of its 2018 lineup of high-end models at an event in Seoul, Korea.
Bang & Olufsen is known for its high-end audio experience. However, the company recently decided to team up with LG to provide a truly unique cinematic experience that you can bring right into the living room. The BeoVision Eclipse Wood Edition is a uniquely designed 4K HDR OLED TV that features the “world’s best TV sound.”
Super Bowl LII is set to kick off on February 4th, 2018 and while the teams are set, your home theater may not be. With over a week until the big game, there’s still plenty of time to upgrade your TV to the latest technology. Over the last year, some of the biggest manufacturers have unleashed new technology with 4K, HDR and Dolby Atmos offering more immersive experiences than ever before.
We’ve rounded up some of our top picks for Super Bowl LII from LG, VIZIO, Samsung and others to fit any budget. Head below for our top picks, and more.
Well CES has always been the time for the major players in the game to show off the next greatest thing in home theater gear. There’s always that crazy prototype or something along those lines that gives us a quick glimpse into the future. And while LG’s insanely large 88-inch 8K screen has already made headlines, this rollable OLED display is a whole other story…
4K seems to be the new 1080p lately. With 8K TVs already being announced, it’s finally time for 4K to take its rightful place as king of current-format resolutions. LG is here to help that along with the announcement of its first-ever 4K UHD projector.
If you missed it yesterday, LG announced an 88-inch 8K OLED TV and it’s mind-bogglingly beautiful. To say I’m stoked to see it in person would be an understatement. But, we’re not here to talk about the 8K OLED behemoth from LG, we’re here to talk about its upcoming 2018 lineup of 4K TVs.
LG has long been one of the standards for 4K HDR with its OLED technology. Coming back this year is its “Wallpaper” OLED TV which is both beautiful and insanely priced. Hopefully, we’ll start to see pricing come down on the super thin TVs like this, as I would love to add one to my personal home theater setup.
CES 2018 is just around the corner and many of the top brands and manufacturers will descend on Las Vegas to unveil this year’s hottest tech. LG is already stepping out with details on its upcoming 8K OLED display. While 4K and HDR have both enjoyed more mainstream adoption in the last 12-months – thanks to impressive Black Friday discounts, particularly – the next generation is already starting to develop.
LG plans on introducing a monster 88-inch 8K OLED display at CES next week, which will be both impractical and expensive. Just don’t expect to see 8K content coming anytime soon. You’ll find more details on LG’s upcoming CES announcement after the break.
I’ve had the privilege of going hands-on with the new 14-inch LG Gram over the last month, and wanted to share my impressions. The Gram is a very lightweight traditional-style Windows laptop with a touch screen. It doesn’t do any of the fancy 2-in-one stuff that a lot of Windows machines do these days, but for those of you who don’t necessarily want or need such things, it’s a solid laptop.
The Gram’s headlining feature is its weight, or lack thereof. LG says that the 14-inch Gram weighs in at just over two pounds, which is just under 1 kilogram. Dubbed as an ultra-lightweight machine, I can vouch for the fact that this laptop is ridiculously light in the hand. If you’re used to carrying around a 15-inch or even a 13-inch MacBook Pro, you might be taken aback by the feather-like characteristic of the Gram.
But is being lightweight enough to warrant consideration? Have a look at our hands-on video walkthrough as we briefly explore what this machine has to offer.
Perhaps you’ve been holding out on upgrading to a 4K monitor because prices have been too high. Or your Mac wasn’t powerful enough to support the higher resolution. This isn’t 2014 anymore and those excuses are out the window. The reality is, it’s the best way to work on your Mac. Even the latest 12-inch MacBook is capable. So here’s the deal to jump on…
This 21:9 full HD ultra wide IPS monitor w/ on-screen controls, screen split capabilities, dual HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, game mode and an adjustable stand (height and tilt). It carries a 4+ star rating much like the rest of the popular LG displays.
LG’s line of OLED HDTVs have been the preeminent consumer option in its category for the last few product cycles. Unfortunately, the cost has left it vulnerable to being undercut by bargain focused brands like VIZIO and others. Don’t expect to see a change in 2016 but that doesn’t mean you won’t be longing for this year’s new releases.
This Samsung Ultra HDTV features a 55-inch 4K display with a 240CMR (120Hz native) refresh rate and 3D functionality. There is built-in Wi-Fi, so you’ll have access to a variety of streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and more. Additional features include four HDMI and three USB ports. Rated 4.2/5 stars by 337 Amazon customers.
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This all-in-one Chrome OS desktop solution from LG is a perfect second computer or workstation for kids. It features a 1.4GHz Intel Celeron processor, 2GB of SDRAM plus a 16GB solid-state drive and a 22-inch display. You’ll also have access to 100GB of cloud storage on Google Drive alongside Microsoft’s free cloud version of its Office suite. Wireless connectivity options include 802.11n and Bluetooth. It ships with a keyboard and mouse. Rate 4.2/5 stars by 319 Amazon customers.
Back at CES 2016, LG first teased its upcoming line of Super UHDTVs but failed to give much detail in terms of price. While we knew that a whopping 98-inch model was on the horizon, little information was available on models most likely to catch the eye of consumers. Today, LG has followed up with full disclosure on its upcoming HDR-enabled TVs. Head below for more.
Kick off for Super Bowl 50 is in less than one week, but there is still time to upgrade your home theater setup for the big game. We’ve rounded up some of the best deals available on HDTVs and soundbars to make your house the place to be this Sunday. Down below you’ll find our favorite deals and a full breakdown on which products we’d opt for in our own home.
Features include 4K resolution (3840×2160), built-in Wi-Fi, quad core processor, 120hz (Trumotion 240) refresh rate and ample input options (3x HDMI, 3x USB, LAN). Another major draw of this UHDTV is that it’s powered by LG’s intuitive webOS 2.0 operating system. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars from 842 Best Buy reviewers.
The watches are compatible with Android 4.3 OS or higher and features a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB RAM, 4GB memory, 1.3-inch display, barometer, compass, heart rate monitor, and Bluetooth 4.1 LE. Over 360 Amazon shoppers gave it 4.3/5 stars.