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  • LG G2 official: 5.2-inch 1080p display, Snapdragon 800 and a new rear design

    Possibly one of the most leaked phone of recent times, the successor of last years LG Optimus G was officially announced in the early hours of this morning – the G2. It’s packed with plenty of flagship worthy specs and clever features plus an interesting new design idea. The device runs...
  • LG’s 100 inch Laser Display costs just $8,999, sadly not 4K

    You thought the battle for display technology was all but over didn’t you? LCD has become the standard as almost every single plasma manufacturer getting out of the business. Now comes LG with a Laser display. LG Electronics Australia today announced the arrival of its 100-inch (254cm) Laser Display...
  • Warning, look at 4K and you’ll hate your TV

    This weekend I made it into our local Harvey Norman which happens to have one of the gorgeous 84” LG 4K or UHD TV. It’s impossible to miss on the store shelves, it dominates everything around it making 60” look tiny. This was the first time I got to...
  • LG is taking an 84” Ultra HD IPS Multi-touch display to CES 2013

    The pre-CES information is beginning to emerge, today we get news from LG regarding their booth setup. The diamond in the crown will be a 3D Video Wall made up of 122 LG 55-inch WV70MD screens. LG claim they have the world’s narrowest bezel-to-bezel measurement of just 5.3mm, the...
  • LG 84” UHD TV First look.

    LG announced the release of their massive 84” Ultra High Definition (4K) LCD TV. This is the first Australian 84” UHD LCD TV with an impressive 3840 by 2160 resolution. It’s the expected led backlit IPS display with local area dimming. The first question once you’ve been able to...
  • Deal of the day: 27” Monitor for $377.00

    Right about now you’re looking at you’re puny monitor and wishing it was bigger. Admit it, you’re old and you’re eyesight aint what it used to be. This hot deal from estore.com.au may be the answer to your problem. This 27” LED features IPS and a 1920×1080 resolution. While...
  • Review: LG Optimus 3D SmartPhone

    When it comes to televisions, consumers have been less than enthusiastic in embracing 3D, that hasn’t stopped LG from creating a 3D SmartPhone. The 4.3” device has dual-cameras for taking 3D photos and video and a glasses-free 3D screen to display them. Powered by dual-core processer and running Android...
  • Windows Phone 7 launch a messy fragmented nightmare

    Those paying attention to the mobile space would know that Windows Phone 7 launched (kind of) in Australia last Thursday. To say the launch was fragmented would be a massive understatement. To begin the ‘Australian launch’ was really a Telstra launch, as only WP7 devices being sold through Telstra...