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Life’s about more than having the latest electronics. It’s about the experiences technology creates. LG’s vision is to deliver innovative digital products and services that make your life better, easier and more comfortable. From TVs and home appliances to mobile phones and computer products, LG Australia delivers consumer electronics that let you embrace life and prepare you for its greatest moments.

Manufacturer's Website: www.lg.com
LG Electronics
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What CES showed us about the future of TV and Home Cinema

The online presentations have wrapped up, the virtual booths are packed up, and the bombardment of ‘have you seen our amazing new product’ emails have just about dried up. Here's our take on Virtual CES 2021.

Posted in: Hi-Fi Home Theatre Visual Technology

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LG Display unveils first 42-inch OLED TV

From the virtual CES, LG has unveiled its first 42-inch OLED TV, and while it’s smaller, it might not be cheaper.

Posted in: Visual Technology

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LG announces its most diverse OLED TV range yet

Genuine picture quality differences now separate every part of the 2021 range that has just been announced at the virtual CES event.

Posted in: Visual Technology

News

LG updates Smart TV platform with webOS 6.0 in response to consumer habits

LG has announced an update and introductions of webOS 6.0 for its 2021 OLED, QNED Mini LED and UHD smart TVs.

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LG adds new ‘Mini LED’ TVs to 2021 LCD Range

While LG’s Nanocell technology has greatly improved the quality of the brand’s LCD TVs over the past couple of years, their persistent use of relatively low-contrast IPS panels has tended to stop them from receiving anything like the critical adulation en

Posted in: Visual Technology

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LG Finally Starts Selling The World’s First Rollable OLED TV

Just as it was starting to look as if it was never going to happen, LG has finally got around to launching its long (long) awaited ‘Rollable TV’.

Posted in: Visual Technology

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LG HU810P Laser 4K Projector Coming Soon

LG has announced its HU810P CineBeam 4K UHD Laser Projector for a giant 4K picture to satisfy home theatre enthusiasts.

Posted in: Home Theatre Visual

Reviews

LG 65” CXPTA OLED 4K TV Review

Tony O’Brien is charmed by the heroic hues of this new mid-sized OLED TV…

Posted in: Visual Applause Awards 2020 Visual Televisions

Reviews

LG OLED65CX TV First Impressions

LG’s OLED TVs are always a subject of great excitement for AV fans. LG’s 2019 C9 models, though, were so good that they got us wondering just how much further LG could take OLED technology (at least in its current form).

Posted in: Visual Visual Televisions

Feature

The Best TVs at CES 2020

With the doors now closed on the tech-fuelled madness of CES 2020, we’ve found a little time between jet lag and catching up on the day job to reflect on which of the vast parade of TVs on show impressed us most.

Posted in: Visual Technology

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LG Electronics

Life’s about more than having the latest electronics. It’s about the experiences technology creates. LG’s vision is to deliver innovative digital products and services that make your life better, easier and more comfortable. From TVs and home appliances to mobile phones and computer products, LG Australia delivers consumer electronics that let you embrace life and prepare you for its greatest moments.

Website: www.lg.com
(07) 3907 7777
1/308 New Cleveland Road,
Tingalpa,
QLD, 4173

 Monday  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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 Thursday  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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 Saturday  9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
 Sunday  Closed

Associated Content

Feature

What CES showed us about the future of TV and Home Cinema

The online presentations have wrapped up, the virtual booths are packed up, and the bombardment of ‘have you seen our amazing new product’ emails have just about dried up. Here's our take on Virtual CES 2021.

Posted in: Hi-Fi Home Theatre Visual Technology

News

LG Display unveils first 42-inch OLED TV

From the virtual CES, LG has unveiled its first 42-inch OLED TV, and while it’s smaller, it might not be cheaper.

Posted in: Visual Technology

News

LG announces its most diverse OLED TV range yet

Genuine picture quality differences now separate every part of the 2021 range that has just been announced at the virtual CES event.

Posted in: Visual Technology

News

LG updates Smart TV platform with webOS 6.0 in response to consumer habits

LG has announced an update and introductions of webOS 6.0 for its 2021 OLED, QNED Mini LED and UHD smart TVs.

Posted in:

News

LG adds new ‘Mini LED’ TVs to 2021 LCD Range

While LG’s Nanocell technology has greatly improved the quality of the brand’s LCD TVs over the past couple of years, their persistent use of relatively low-contrast IPS panels has tended to stop them from receiving anything like the critical adulation en

Posted in: Visual Technology

News

LG Finally Starts Selling The World’s First Rollable OLED TV

Just as it was starting to look as if it was never going to happen, LG has finally got around to launching its long (long) awaited ‘Rollable TV’.

Posted in: Visual Technology

News

LG HU810P Laser 4K Projector Coming Soon

LG has announced its HU810P CineBeam 4K UHD Laser Projector for a giant 4K picture to satisfy home theatre enthusiasts.

Posted in: Home Theatre Visual

Reviews

LG 65” CXPTA OLED 4K TV Review

Tony O’Brien is charmed by the heroic hues of this new mid-sized OLED TV…

Posted in: Visual Applause Awards 2020 Visual Televisions

Reviews

LG OLED65CX TV First Impressions

LG’s OLED TVs are always a subject of great excitement for AV fans. LG’s 2019 C9 models, though, were so good that they got us wondering just how much further LG could take OLED technology (at least in its current form).

Posted in: Visual Visual Televisions

Feature

The Best TVs at CES 2020

With the doors now closed on the tech-fuelled madness of CES 2020, we’ve found a little time between jet lag and catching up on the day job to reflect on which of the vast parade of TVs on show impressed us most.

Posted in: Visual Technology

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