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LG's 2015 CES show: Join us Monday (live blog)

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Expect a lot of appliance and TV announcements from LG this week.

 

The South Korean electronics maker unveiled a slew of new televisions at last year's CES, including 12 new ultra-HD screens, and will likely follow suit this year during its press conference at 8 a.m. PT on Monday. It should also show off some of its developments with refrigerators, washing machines and ranges.

 

LG will unveil its upcoming slate of TVs, home theater products, appliances, and other gadgets as it kicks off Press Day at CES 2015.

 

cnet's live blog will be here: http://live.cnet.com/Event/LG_press_conference_at_CES_2015

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