LG Display unveils OLED concept designs for CES 2022
by Andy Bassett
LG Display’s Flexible OLED technology is front and centre in two new product concepts making their debut at CES 2022. The Media Chair and Virtual Ride both put the viewer right at the heart of the on screen action.
CES is back at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 3rd - 8th Jan 2022, but it’s not quite business as usual with the world’s largest tech show running as a hybrid event for both online and in-person attendees.
Rumours of Samsung’s move back to OLED TVs first broke back in April and raised a few eyebrows across the AV sector given the company’s rigid stance on the technology. It’s been quiet since then but a recent report suggests there may have been more to it.
LG's first-ever audio solution designed from the ground up for gamers forms part of its UltraGear range and brings a high quality DAC, game optimised immersive audio, a compact design and two-way communication to the table... or rather gaming desk.
LG adds to TONE Free earphone lineup for 2021
by Andy Bassett
LG is expanding its 2021 earbud lineup by introducing the TONE Free FP series with the FP9, FP8 and FP5 models adding new features such as Spatial Processing, 3D Sound Stage and Whispering Mode.
The LG SP8YA soundbar promises to deliver a 3.1.2-channel system with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X content. It also includes Meridian acoustic know-how, Amazon Alexa built-in and AirPlay 2. But how does it perform?
The LG C-series has long been the sweet spot of the range and the C1 continues that trend. With superb gaming credentials, stunning image accuracy out of the box and a new OS system design, is this the best all-round TV of the year? Let's find out...
The LG G1 is a direct replacement for the outgoing GX and offers a near-identical performance and design. The main differences are a new WebOS and menu design as well as the OLED Evo panel. So, is it a revolutionary performer or a small evolution of the technology? Let's find out...
One of the very few issues with LG’s 2020 impressive range of TVs was the absence of the Freeview Play app alongside the likes of Netflix and Disney+. However, any worries that this will continue into 2021 can be put to rest as LG confirms the service’s return for its 2021 TVs.