Expectations are high for CES 2023.
CES officially kicks off tomorrow, but the conference’s Media Days on Tuesday and Wednesday feature a host of keynotes, announcements, and previews from some of the biggest names in the tech industry. (See our recap of the biggest Day 1 CES announcements.)
This morning, LG CEO William Cho kicked off LG’s press conference on the Las Vegas stage, unveiling an interactive car computing concept, a transparent OLED screen and a smart refrigerator with lights that can sync with music. I showed off.
Below are highlights from LG’s presentation.
Read with OLED
It was LG’s 10th anniversary of OLED, so it was only fitting that LG introduced the role of OLED screen technology in its 2023 plans.
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First, LG proved that bigger is better by showcasing a 97-inch wireless M3 OLED TV. The TV offers self-illuminating pixels at 120Hz and works with a compatible soundbar to make it look like an easy setup for any home space you have.
Then LG went transparent… literally showing off the LG OLED T, a prototype of a transparent OLED screen.
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With more gaming services coming to LG TVs, such as Amazon Luna and Nvidia’s GeForce Now, you’ll be able to enjoy OLED-quality gaming graphics on LG TVs.
LG says LG G3 will take OLED to a new level
LG says its latest generation of OLED technology, the G3 (which is responsible for the OLED in the 97-inch M3 wireless TV), makes a big difference in brightness. In fact, the 55-, 65-, and 77-inch G3 models are 70% brighter than his previous G2 models, the company says.
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Cockpit computer competing with CarPlay?
Smart automotive tech is always a hot topic at CES. LG says it is working on a new cockpit computer for cars. This is expected to compete with Apple CarPlay and Android Audio. A cockpit computer should allow the driver to call his roadside assistance or check other smart appliances in the home. It will be interesting to see which automakers LG is partnering with, and how smart the car computing system is navigating his car space.
LG Gets Smarter with LG ThinQ Up
Following the slogan ‘Life’s Good’, LG appeared committed to the lifestyle and smart home space, introducing ThinkQ Up, the latest ThinQ Care appliance integration tool.
ThinkQ Up is a new app that allows users to easily integrate smart home appliances, according to LG, to “always feel like new, fit your lifestyle, and lead to an easier and more convenient life.” Designed to
It’s also the key to using LG’s new color-changing smart refrigerator.
LG’s MoodUp Fridge aims to literally lighten your mood
Probably trying to compete with Samsung’s popular products custom refrigerator, LG showed us its new four-door, French door, color-changing refrigerator, MoodUp. Owners of this appliance can use the ThinkQ Up app to choose from 190,000 color combinations to mix and match refrigerator door colors or host a refrigerator dance party.
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MoodUp can also sync music from your Alexa or Google device with the lights using the built-in Bluetooth speaker, so your kitchen could be the hottest new rave destination. The refrigerator is expected to hit the market in late March or April this year.
Home safety and ADT integration
In addition to increased brightness and size variations, some of LG’s 2023 TVs will also enable access to security cameras and a direct line to ADT from a special button via the TV’s remote control. .
Paramount Plus new plan
CBS streaming service, paramount plusAccording to Tom Ryan, CEO of Streaming at Paramount, is coming to LG TV on the home page of the LG Channels app. This simplifies the current multi-step process for his LG TV owners who want to stream his favorite CBS shows. Ryan said the rollout will begin in Ireland.