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What will LG bring to CES 2015?

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#1 Alex


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Posted December 26, 2014 - 08:19 PM

CES is a 2 weeks away, what will LG showcase? http://www.cesweb.org/


We already know that webOS 2.0 is coming to LG smart TVs, but now we are hearing that they may have an 8K TV and possibly some new wearables. Are these wearables going to include a webOS smartwatch? We'll have to wait and see, but in the meantime, Engadget has an interesting article about where LG has been and where they think they are going at CES:


With webOS and wearables, LG's moving beyond just displays at CES


"Whereas a continued push into Google's Android Wear is a certainty for LG, its plans to pursue an alternative wearables platform with webOS are not as clear. A few months back, images from a developer page for LG's webOS-based wearables surfaced and were then quickly pulled. But if the company is looking to create its own operating system for wearables, there's a good chance we may hear more about it in the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center."





#2 MrNorth


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Posted December 27, 2014 - 05:08 AM

Well, I hope they bring a tv that has a fully functional Bluetooth interface that works with any compatible ear-phones, keyboards etc.


And second, I hope that tv has an integrated camera for easy use with Skype.


All this talk about "Webos 2.0" doesn't mean much until we get a list of fixed bugs, added/enhanced features etc. I am glad to hear that they seem to have sorted out the performance issues, but what about everything else?



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