Archive forApril, 2010

LG take Android to the next level with the LU2300

April 13th, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
I’m a big fan of the LG GW620 InTouch Max. It was a great introduction to Android for first time smart phone users, with many fans including the Gadget Show’s John Bentley. Now it looks like LG have decided to create an android phone for the serious smartphone user. Allow me to introduce the InTouch Max’s big brother, the LG LU2300. With a 1GHz processor as standard it packs enough of a punch to compete for the affections of android smartphone users with the likes of the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and the HTC Legend. Features: 3.5inch capacitive touchscreen 1GHz Snapdragon Processor 4 line landcape...
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LG at the Gadget Show Live

April 9th, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
The Gadget Show Live is one of the biggest events on the tech calendar in the UK. It is the perfect blend of fun and informative with the world land speed record holding car next to the latest groundbreaking 3D technology. If you're one of the many unlucky people who was unable to get tickets to this years event fear not for LG's George Mead caught up with the Gadget Show's Dionne South for a quick chat about all the latest LG products on display on the LG Stand including OLED, passive and active technology 3D amongst others. To watch the interview...
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LG brings OLED to the UK – see it First at the Gadget Show Live

April 9th, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
LG are honouring their commitment to new technology with the UK release of their 15” OLED TV. The EL9500 is currently being previewed at the Gadget Show Live this week giving tech fans the opportunity to be the first to view it in the UK. OLED ensures a superior picture quality from any angle with a contrast ratio of 10,000,000:1 whilst simultaneously using less energy when compared with a regular LED TV. Instead of the traditional LED backlight OLED is self illuminating, allowing for a much thinner design resulting in a stunning looking ultra thin design. This absence of a backlight...
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LG bring the 3D experience to their lucky competition winners

April 8th, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
Saturday was the first public broadcast of football in 3D and LG were at the Aldgate Exchange pub on Whitechapel High Street with the winners of our competition to watch the match. We had our own Life’s Good corner in the pub exclusively for the winners’ use, as well as stylish 3D glasses for the winners to wear and keep after the event. The match being broadcast in 3D was Manchester United V Chelsea, a game that could well decide the Premiership winner for the season so the tension before kick off was palpable. For the majority of people attending it...
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What HiFi give the LG PK990 plasma TV a 5 star review

April 8th, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
What Hifi have reviewed LG’s PK990 Plasma TV and given it a 5 star rating saying it "looks stunning - with or without a picture - and it's supremely well specified". Read What HiFi's full review for yourself below. The LG PK990 Infinia series is LG's flagship Plasma TV with sublime picture quality and stunning single layer Infinia design. Convert your living room to a sports stadium or cinema with this large experience perfect for watching sport and movies in crystal clear picture quality. The PK990 is not only Full HD 1080p with LG 600Hz technology but also gives you wireless access...
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Win Tickets to The Gadget Show Live

April 6th, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
LG are giving away a pair of tickets to the last three days of The Gadget Show Live at the Birmingham NEC this week. It is running from Thursday to Sunday this week and is totally sold out, so this is the perfect opportunity for fans of the show that weren’t quick enough in buying tickets to attend. The LG stand has 3 stalls at this year’s Gadget Show Live - one showcasing 3D, one showcasing LED technology and one showing off Plasma. Each of the 3 stalls are set up as a living area display and are designed to give...
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Chelsea V Man utd – find your nearest pub with 3D

April 1st, 2010 by LG Blog UK
 
Our competition to win tickets to see Chelsea V Manchester United in 3D has closed and the winners have been notified. Two lucky winners will be attending a screening of the match with a reserved area guaranteeing prime view of the game, as well as free hospitality for them and their friends. Commiserations to those of you who didn’t win, but all is not lost. This weekend’s match is the first of a series of seven being screened publicly by Sky before the end of the season so you can still catch the match in 3D. Wayne Rooney may be injured...
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