Electronics


  • Should This Ultrabook Even EXIST!? LG Gram 15

    Hardware Canucks (Online) tech vlogger Eber Antony featured a neutral review of the 2018 LG Gram UltraBook, describing it as the lightest notebook he’s ever held. In his review, he discusses the improvements of the display, explaining how the contrast ratio has greatly improved since last year.

    Eber states, “The LG Gram 15 is by far the lightest notebook I’ve ever held in my hand. This is an interesting laptop because we’re used to seeing 13” to 14” Ultrabooks, but a 15” Ultrabook is definitely interesting and if you’re someone who’s looking into getting an Ultrabook with a slightly larger screen, a 15” is a great option.”

    Hardware Canucks (Online)

    May 2, 2018

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  • Step Inside the Home of LG’s New Audio Partner in Crime, Meridian Audio

    Yahoo! News (Online) featured an article discussing LG’s partnership with Meridian Audio.

    It states, “LG’s new speakers don’t just add Meridian technology, either. Most of LG’s new soundbars, have tacked on a host of new tech, from Hi-Res certification at up to 24bit/192kHz resolution streaming and hi-res upscaling, to Dolby Audio Processing for features like dialogue enhancement and ramped-up bass at lower volumes so you never lose the thunder.”

    Yahoo! News (Online)

    May 2, 2018

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  • LG Made a Huge and Fast Gaming Monitor (32GK850G)

    Tech Source (Online) featured a review of LG's 32" Gaming monitor. The review features several great shots of the monitor, and thoroughly explains the specs and how they will affect gamers.

    It explains, “Who is this monitor for exactly? I would say it’s for those PC enthusiast out there who are looking for a well-built, solid gaming monitor with all the bells and whistles.”

    Tech Source (Online)

    May 2, 2018

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  • LG to Buy Automotive Light Maker ZKW for 1.1 Billion Euros

    The Leader Post (Online) picked up a global press release announcing LG Electronics Inc. will acquire Austrian-based automotive light maker ZKW. It explains that this move is an expressions of LG’s desire to have its automotive parts business gain a stronger foothold in the market.

    It states, “The South Korean company said it plans to buy a 70 per cent stake in ZKW Holding, a supplier to BMW and Mercedes-Benz, for 1.4 trillion won ($1.3 billion; 1.1 billion euros). Its holding company LG Corp. will purchase the remaining stake for 330 million euros ($402 million).”

    The Leader Post (Online)

    May 2, 2018

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  • Amazon is Working on a Top-secret Project to Build Robots for your Home

    PostMedia (Online/Print) featured a syndicated article discussing Amazon’s plan to build robots for the home. The article explains that the company plans to begin seeding robots into their employees homes as early as 2019.

    The article briefly mentions LG’s CLOi robot that was showcased at CES 2018 stating, “More recently, Sony Corp. and LG Electronics Inc. have shown interest in the category. In January at CES, LG showed off a robot called CLOi in a demonstration that failed multiple times.”

    PostMedia (Online/Print)

    April 28, 2018

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