Everyone’s pretty much stuck at home because of the modern plague, and while that’s not ideal, LG has released a new line of TVs, monitors, and entertainment gadgets to make our perpetual home staycation more bearable.
Gorgeous display from the LG OLED GX TV
Headlining LG’s home entertainment offering is the LG OLED GX TV. LG’s OLED screen technology uses self-lit pixels, meaning they work independently to emit their own light allowing you to appreciate dark and perfect black colors on screen. The OLED TV is capable of 4K Cinema HDR that lets viewers experience the filmmaker’s vision of their film on TV, and comes with Dolby Atmos sound. There’s also Gallery Mode that lets you display photographs and artwork.
Smart Display with the NanoCell Real 8K TV
LG is also Another contender in LG’s lineup of TVs is the NanoCell Real 8K TV. This TV is capable of screening accurate, lifelike color, letting you experience a cinema-like viewing experience from the safety and comforts of your home. The most notable feature of this tv is its capacity to analyze on-screen content, thanks to its Brilliant Brain Intelligent Processor that automatically adjusts its color display accordingly. In addition, it claims to be capable of converting 2k and 4k videos to match its 8K video display.
Portable Surround Sound from the XBoom Go PL5 and PL7
Complementing the TVs are two new speakers – the XBoom Go PL5 and PL7. These are portable pill-shaped Bluetooth speakers that can give any room, big or small, an immersive surround sound experience. Both devices have a type-c charging port located on the back of the device. Apart from its size, the PL7’s main difference from the PL5 is its battery life which claims can last up to 24 hours versus the PL5 that can last 18-hours on its lowest power setting. The PL7’s addition of a USB port also allows it to function as a huge power bank. LG’s XBOOM speakers were made in collaboration with Meridian, the British pioneers of High-Resolution audio.
Multi-task with ease on the LG UltraGear and LG UltraWide
For gamers and would-be streamers, LG showcased two of its newest monitors. Both The UltraGear and UltraWide monitors’ height can be adjusted through its stand, while the UltraGear can be tilted and positioned into a portrait mode for ease of use. The UltraGear boasts of a lightweight 27-inch monitor with a 144Hz refresh rate. Meanwhile, the LG UltraWide is a 34-inch curved monitor making an ideal screen for multi-tasking. For a monitor with a 21:9 (3440 x 1440) aspect ratio, the real question is how to make the most out of this huge screen.