Saturday, March 22, 2014

Canada: LG focus on 4K and webOS HDTVs and wearables.Video demo.

Francisco De Jesùs.



"Here's a video showing what webOS can do as a SmartTV interface. webOS was Palm's mobile operating system that ran its Pre handsets and after HP purchased and eventually shelved Palm and webOS, the remnants got sold to LG. With less than a year in development, webOS on LG's SmartTV looks and feels like a responsive and very user-focused interface. It is so much better than some of the kludgy, cluttered and hard to navigate and control SmartTV implementations we've seen in past years. This video demo, taken today in LG's headquarters in Toronto, shows the future of webOS and I have to say I'm pretty impressed at what it can do."




Now is the time for Canada.

LG have introduced webOS TVs at this time in USA at CES2014, KOREA, ASIA , Russia, for all EUROPE in Italy at LG INNOFEST 2014, Turkey and now in Canada.

I hope Latin America comes right after.



The most exciting demonstration for me personally was the webOS SmartTV and LG has done a remarkable job of saving what was once the most promising alternative mobile OS and turning it into the most intuitive SmartTV operating system available.
Smooth, uncluttered and focused on the end user's webOS discards the tired tablet-like icon barrage approach we've seen from SmartTVs and instead offers a more intuitive and fluid experience. 

Full article:

LG Canada's Dealer Show reveals focus on 4K, webOS HDTVs and wearables.

LG Canada showcased its recent products, many of which haven't been seen outside of CES 2014. The focus this year was more affordable 4K HDTV's, the newly-acquired webOS SmartTV operating system, IPS panels of LED HDTVs and various lifestyle and wearable products.

Credit LG for creatively reinventing the way we watch TV. One of their OLED models was designed to be wall-mounted and even resembles a picture with a frame. The frame cleverly conceals a powerful speaker and the display itself doubles as a great slideshow presentation screen.

The crown jewel of LG's 2014 TV lineup was their 77" OLED 4K HDTV that was also curved. Simply one of the most stunning HDTVs we've seen and even skeptics of the whole curved display movement will acquiesce that curving does make sense for a model of this size.

The most exciting demonstration for me personally was the webOS SmartTV and LG has done a remarkable job of saving what was once the most promising alternative mobile OS and turning it into the most intuitive SmartTV operating system available.

Smooth, uncluttered and focused on the end user's webOS discards the tired tablet-like icon barrage approach we've seen from SmartTVs and instead offers a more intuitive and fluid experience. 

Mobile devices including the new LG G Flex, the LG G2 as well their new LifeBand Touch health wearable and accompanying headphones that measure heart rate. We also saw some of the new soundbars and soundplates that offer space saving surround sound for HDTVs.

All-in-all, LG Canada seems to have covered all the hot areas of consumer technology for 2014 and is bringing true innovation into the marketplace with new experiences, improved product lines and possibly game changing technologies.









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