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LG Begins Roll Out of Impressive 2014 TV Lineup

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SEOUL, KOREA - LG Electronics (LG) today introduced its 2014 TV lineup in Korea, unveiling a total of 68 new models including ULTRA HD TVs in sizes ranging from 49 to 105 inches, its largest collection to date.

Among its new models is LG’s groundbreaking 105-inch Curved ULTRA HD TV in addition to its smaller 65-, 55- and 49-inch curved 4K units. As the first manufacturer to introduce an 84-inch ULTRA HD TV to the world in 2012, LG has consistently upped the ante with first-to-market ULTRA HD and OLED units. New for 2014 is LG’s webOS Smart TV platform, first unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in early January, which the company expects to set a new standard in the smart TV market for its openness and ease-of-use.

“We are extremely confident that our state-of-the-art ULTRA HD and OLED TV models will establish a new benchmark this year,” said Hyun-hwoi Ha, president and CEO of the LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company. “With our strong competitiveness in display technology including ULTRA IPS, CINEMA 3D and the unrivalled simplicity of the webOS Smart TV platform, we are optimistic that in 2014, LG will be the one to watch in the TV industry.”

http://www.koreaittimes.com/story/35608/lg-begins-roll-out-impressive-2014-tv-lineup

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Just got my hands on LG 42LB670V webOS TV here in Lithuania.

 

All I want to say now is that it's very laggy, glitchy, slow and not very user friendly. Basic Live TV menu is very non-user-friendly, it is much more straightforward on 2012-2014 Netcast TVs. Multitasking is pretty strange, although it works. LG Apps Store doesn't work now, although my Netcast app worked out of the box, so it's probably simulated somehow.

 

My advice - don't rush into buying it now, try it in the store first, you can get disappointed.

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The begining of a new OS seem to be hard: no update scheddule, no compatibility information (the LG Magic remote don't work with recent models).

Please LG, bring the source code public, updates and fuctionalities will be much faster available !

Otherwise, give us informations about firmware releases.

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