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A phone that uses glasses-free 3D display, and a tablet that records 3D images. That's one of the major highlights at MWC 2011 when we checked out both the LG Optimus 3D and Optimus Pad, and here's our hands-on impressions of these unique mobile devices.
Combining 3D Blu-ray playback and '4.1-channel' surround sound, the LG HLX55W marks a new breed of sound bars. We see if it's really the complete home theater package it touts.
Determined to keep up with the competition, LG has armed the 15.6-inch R590 with sufficient hardware tenacity to crunch HD videos with 3D games on the side. It even supports 3D output with a polarized screen and supplied 3D eye-wear. Is it fearsome enough to make the Dell XPS 15 or Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 quake in their pants? Let's find out!
In our next edition of our CES 2011 coverage, we've covered JVC, LG, MSI, NVIDIA, Plantronics and BlackBerry.
Looking for a mid-range 23-inch monitor that comes with 3D technology for your gaming needs? The LG W2363D monitor might be the answer to your stereoscopic gaming needs and it's also one of the rare few Full HD 3D monitors in the market. Such specs don't come cheap, so does it deliver? We give you the details in our assessment.
With Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 fully ready, the newly deployed OS makes its way onto devices such as the LG Optimus 7. We share some of our findings and thoughts on this new LG mobile phone in our first of many Windows Phone 7 related reviews to come.
The stage is set for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 to take its place in the race to regain its smartphone dominance. At its official launch, we got a whiff of the updated mobile OS, loaded on the newest and fastest devices that will be reaching our shores very soon.
Combining the best of segmented LED backlights and a 3D-ready panel, LG has served up their meanest and sexiest screen to date. We took the 55-inch INFINIA out for a spin, and here's our account on the massive yet ultra-slim LX9500.
As LG's second Android offering, the LG Optimus GT540 sees itself as a device suitable for the masses with the right amount of smartphone features at an affordable price range. But is it really enough?
Your guess is as good as mine if computing tablets would see out netbooks this year. Anyhow, we took the very thin and very premium LG X300 out for a spin to see how it fares before they turn into an artifact forever lost in the sands of time.