At CES this year, LG stole the show with a TV that hangs on the wall like a picture. The thing we didn’t know is how much and when they’d be available in Australia, that ends now. The 65″ OLED65W7T  costs A$13,499 and is available the first week of April 2017. Sure,...
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    If you’re in the market for a new monitor, then you definitely should be considering a 21:9 curved display. This can replace the multiple screens we’ve had on our desks over the past 10 years and importantly skip on the bezel in the middle. One of the market leaders when...
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    LG announced the 360 CAM at Mobile World Congress last week and is hoping their users start filling the internet with 360-degree visuals. Their approach is to offer an affordable, consumer-friendly device making creating and sharing 360-degree content as easy as pressing a button. Right now most people’s experience with 360-degree...
  • LG is bringing WebOS 3.0 to CES2016, control of smart home appliances

    LG have announced webOS 3.0 is coming and will be their SMART TV platform in 2016. The company will showcase the updated OS at the company’s booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Central Hall #8204 from January 6-9. At CES 2016 in Vegas, LG will unveil webOS 3.0,...
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    LG  has finally found a great reason to curve displays. LG have created the world’s largest largest OLED display in the world at South Korea’s Incheon International Airport. LG worked closely with the renowned French design firm Wilmotte & Associes to develop the massive structures which adorn the main...
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    Google’s unveils why there’s “S’more to love” about Nexus smartphones…

    Google officially announced the latest iteration of its Android operating system, dubbed Marshmallow, earlier in the year. Since then, it hasn’t taken much more than a brief Web search to gather details relating to how Android 6.0 will help shape new devices and services from Google. This morning, we learned...
  • LG’s SmartThinQ Sensor will make dumb Washing Machines, Fridges, smarter

    So you have existing electronics in your home, but see all the new connected hotness. With everything in the home becoming connected, the prospect of replacing existing items just to get WiFi connectivity seems an unnecessary expense and many just wait till one thing dies to replace it. LG...
  • JB Hi-Fi has big discounts on 65-70” 4K TVs

    If you’re in the market for a massive TV for the living room, then JB Hi-Fi may just have solved your problem. As 4K arrives, many people are looking at expanding the size of their display as quality of 4K becomes more common. The LG 70UF770T is a 70”...
  • LG’s goes all-in with OLED, 7 new 4K displays in 2015

    LG aren’t mucking around, they say OLED is the pinnacle of display technology. When each pixel gets it’s own power, it can turn pixels off, which great for power saving, black levels and colour. At CES 2015, they announced they’ll have 7 new displays that are a combination of...
  • LG bringing two new 21:9 monitors at CES 2015

    LG will globally showcase its latest 21:9 UltraWide monitor at CES2015 next week (34UM67). Their new ultra-wide monitor will be the world’s first 21:9 monitor compatible with AMD’s FreeSync technology. This allows for fluid motion during fast gameplay, a dream for hardcore gamers looking for ultimate performance in twitch...

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