It’s been a huge couple of weeks for home entertainment announcements, with Panasonic, Samsung and Hisense all revealing their AV product lineups for Australia in 2018.
Now, LG has come out swinging, launching its first ever smart speaker, its new range of OLED TVs and its latest soundbars for the year — all of which are powered by its AI technology, ThinQ.
LG’s gonna fill you full of OLED
Announcing seven new AI ThinQ-enabled OLED TVs, LG’s range starts at $4,099 for the LG 55-inch C8 OLED TV, all the way up to $19,990 for the 77-inch W8 ‘wallpaper’ OLED TV. You can find a full list of LG’s OLED TVs below:
LG 77” W8 OLED TV — $19,990LG 65” W8 OLED TV — $9,999LG 65” E8 OLED TV — $7,699LG 55” E8 OLED TV — $4,999LG 77” C8 OLED TV — $14,990LG 65” C8 OLED TV — $6,399LG 55” C8 OLED TV — $4,099I’m Super, thanks for asking!
Next up is LG’s Super UHD TV range, which employs nano cell technology and full array dimming backlighting (selected models only) to provide enhanced image rendering and deep blacks.
Prices start at $1,899 for the 49-inch UK75, all the way up to $4,999 for the 65-inch SK95. See the full Super UHD range below:
The LG SK85
LG 65” SK95 SUPER UHD TV — $4,999LG 65” SK85 SUPER UHD TV — $4,799LG 55” SK85 SUPER UHD TV — $3,099LG 75” SK80 SUPER UHD TV — TBCLG 65” SK80 SUPER UHD TV — $4,199LG 55” SK80 SUPER UHD TV — $2,749LG 65” UK75 SUPER UHD TV — $3,599LG 55” UK75 SUPER UHD TV — $2,399LG 49” UK75 SUPER UHD TV — $1,899Sounds good
The LG WK7 AI ThinQ
Along with its TV announcements, LG also debuted its first ever smart speaker, as well as its refreshed range …read more