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LG Honored with 24 Awards for Innovation Ahead of CES 2022


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Various Products from LG Recognized for Contributing to Innovation,
Including OLED TVs, Home Appliances and B2B Products

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SEOUL, Nov. 11, 2021 – LG Electronics (LG) has been recognized once again for its excellence in technology at the CES Innovation Award, collecting a total of 24 accolades leading up to the largest industry trade show in January.

Every year the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) selects the most innovative products among those being unveiled at the organization’s trade show. For CES 2022, Innovation Award recognitions were extended to the most advanced and unique products among LG’s portfolio for the coming year. Most notably, this is the 10th consecutive year LG OLED TV has been recognized with a CES Innovation Award, a testament to the advanced technology behind LG’s industry-leading home entertainment product.

LG also received recognition for innovations for its home appliance products including LG InstaView® French-Door Refrigerator Objet Collection, LG tiiun, a new concept in indoor gardening, and LG PuriCare Air Purifier Pet featuring Multi-Filtration System with Photocatalytic Deodorization Filter along with a HEPA filter to capture harmful gases, odors, dust and other allergen-causing particles. LG One:Quick from LG’s B2B IT division also caught the judges’ attention for its unique video conferencing solution at a time when remote working has become the norm.

The full list of LG’s CES 2022 Innovation Award recipients will be announced in conjunction with LG’s press conference scheduled on January 4, 2021, ahead of CES 2022 taking place January 5-8, 2022.

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I would hope that the TV's are not in these awards 2 tvs 5yrs....that's it, he sound but no picture. I'm finished with LG .... Appears to be something wrong because as soon as the paid warranty is finished they both basically had same infixable problem. Disgusted with LG. LIFE IS HOID making money selling tvs that only last a couple yrs each. 

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