News tagged ‘lg’
Friday, 31 Aug 2012
The new LG EA93 is a 29-inch IPS monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio, thanks to its 2,560 x 1,080-pixel resolution panel. If you watch a lot of movies on your computer, or like to place many windows side by side, this is a monitor that you shouldn't ignore.
Wednesday, 29 Aug 2012
Scheduled to be launched in the second half of this year, LG's new Smart TV game portal - Game World - provides an intuitive interface where users can conveniently search, purchase, and play game apps in both 2D and 3D.
The EA93 is designed to allow a variety of entertainment while the EA83 is specifically manufactured to handle graphics-intensive applications.
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2012
LG Mobile Singapore has confirmed that that the LG Optimus Black, LG Optimus 3D, LG Optimus 2X, LG Optimus LTE, and the LG Prada will all be getting Ice Cream Sandwich “in due time”.
Saturday, 25 Aug 2012
LG's new flagship model, the Optimus G is likely to be announced at IFA 2012. It will come with 4G LTE connectivity, a quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and a 13-megapixel rear camera.
Friday, 24 Aug 2012
LG is the first in the world to launch an 84-inch Ultra Definition 3D TV, which is capable of supporting the new 4K display resolution. The 84LM9600 is currently only available in Korea, but LG has said that it will bring the TV to Asia sometime in September 2012.
Wednesday, 22 Aug 2012
At least three Nexus devices are reported to be launched later this year from LG, Samsung and Sony. The three devices include the Samsung Galaxy Nexus II, LG Optimus Nexus and Sony Xperia Nexus.
Tuesday, 21 Aug 2012
LG announced that its largest smartphone will be making its global debut in September. The international version of the device will be equipped with a different processor from that of its Korean counterpart.
Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012
Priced at S$738, the LG Optimus 4X HD will be debuting in Singapore from 28 July 2012. Also available is its leather case, which will be retailing for S$50.
Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
Toshiba, LG, and AU Optronics have agreed to pay a combined sum of US$571 million to settle a class action lawsuit over a liquid crystal display price-fixing scandal, according to a Reuters' news report.