The FX166 comes equipped with not only a DVD/Blu-Ray video player with 3D support, but also DLNA support, an FM radio and the always appreciated alarm clock. This music player is also compatible with your iPod touch and iPhone.
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LG had already said that we can expect the ultra-slim Optimus Black handset globally in the first half of this year, and keeping to their word, at least one continent will be getting the device during that time period. The 9.2mm thin smartphone with it’s 700 nit NOVA display will hit Europe this month.
North America and Asia will come sometime after, we just don’t know when. Looks like LG will be introducing white and pink versions of the phone in June as well. What do you think? Are you waiting for this one?
U.S. Cellular would like to keep this a secret, but that’s not gonna happen. It is out of the bag. They have an Android-based LG handset coming soon. A clam-shell, dual-screen Android. AndroidCentral slipped all of the details.
You can expect Android 2.2, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 430MB internal memory/8GB microSD, and 5-megapixel camera. The front/external display is 3.5-inches (480×800) while the internal is just 3.2-inches (480×800). It’s a unique take on a familiar form factor and that should be the appeal. Price will likely be about $250 with a two-year agreement and $450 outright.
LG Electronics has announced the BD670 Blu-ray 3D player. It features Smart TV Access and Integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, which means that you can get thousands of movies, apps, shows and online videos straight to your TV from your wireless Internet connection.
You can also download a special app for your iPod touch, iPhone or Android-based smartphone that turns your handset into a remote control for the BD670. The LG BD670 Blu-ray player also uses 1080p up-scaling of standard DVDs for near high-definition viewing.
LG has introduced two new notebooks, the P430 and P530. These are the first in the LG’s new Blade series and will launch later this month. These ultra-slim notebooks deliver style without sacrificing performance. The P430 and P530 feature a 14-inch and 15.6-inch LED LCD screen, a thickness of 4.5mm and 4.7mm. In fact, the screens of the P430 and P530 are up to 50 percent thinner than any other notebooks in their class.
Other features include a 1.3 HD web-cam, SRS and DLNA technology, and Nvidia Graphics GeForce GT520M. The LG P430 and LG P530 come in Misty Blue and Titan Black.
The latest shots of the LG Revolution show a date of May 25, 2011, so we can surmise that Verizon will release it on that day. That is not a new strategy, HTC and Samsung have also used launch or release dates in press image screenshots, and LG has done it before as well. Then again, you never know. Keep your fingers crossed.
The Revolution would be either the second or third 4G LTE phone to be released. The Thunderbolt is already out, the Droid Charge has been delayed and the Droid Bionic has been pushed back too. The Revolution is a single-core device with WVGA resolution, which might make it less attractive to some, but it does include Netflix for Android which is a bonus.
After rumors in March about the LG Optimus Big smartphone, LG has just officially introduced the new phone in South Korea. It also appeared in a photo alongside an Apple iPhone, which showed off its “big” status, so the LG Optimus Big has been confirmed as real, with the name LU6800.
Features include a dual-core 1GHz processor, 4.3 inch WVGA display, 5-megapixel autofocus camera, and Android 2.2 OS, which is likely upgradable to Gingerbread. No word yet on if we can expect this device in the US yet.
If you are looking for a smartphone that can record and play 3D content, then check out LG’s latest offering, which finally has a launch date. The LG Optimus 3D will arrive in stores on June 6. As of now that info is accurate according to Clove.
The phone has a 4.3-inch screen and you won’t need any 3D glasses for 3D content. That’s always a plus. Other features include a 5MP camera, 720p recording, 8GB of storage and Android 2.2. It also packs in WiFi, and Bluetooth. It will cost £379 + VAT in the UK. Are you ready to watch 3D on that small screen or are you just going to get a 3DS?
Easter is the perfect time for these colors anyway. Female customers will be all over these. We don’t have any info on pricing and technical specs right now, but if these models do well, they may start showing up elsewhere too.
LG has launched the LG LW4500 3D cinema TV series in South Korea and Europe. These LCD TVs offer brighter, sharper images at any angle. The lightweight and affordable glasses are battery free and certified flicker-free and come in a variety of colors and styles. Not that that helps much. No one likes to wear 3D glasses.
Other features of the LG LW4500 3D cinema TV series include a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio and DivX Plus HD support. It’s compatible with most multimedia files including MKV, AVI, TS, MP4, WMV HD, WMA, MP3 and AVCHD. The 32-inch LG LW4500 retails for 799 Euros ($1,136) and the 55-inch model retails for 1,899 Euros ($2,700).
LG has said that Gingerbread will be forthcoming for its dual-core Optimus 2X Android handset, but aside from that they have been pretty quiet on the issue. Now we have word from LG’s Danish support site that the P990 (aka the 2X) will be updated to Android 2.3 “in June-July 2011.”
That’s later than we were all hoping for, but still, better late than never. Though it should be noted that LG has a history of inconsistency when it comes to software roadmaps, so we will see if they hold to that timeframe.
AT&T and LG have teamed up for a new Android smartphone, the LG Thrive, which will be available on AT&T’s GoPhone pre paid service. It’s based on the LG Optimus One and features a 3.2 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, Android 2.2. Froyo and has a 3.2 megapixel camera with built in autofocus.
You can expect the LG Thrive to be available from AT&T on April 17th. It will retail for $179.99 and customers will have to sign up to one of AT&T’s pre-paid smartphone plans, which should thrive very nicely from all the sign ups.
Those looking for a largish computer monitor will want to take a good look at LG’s latest Full HD monitor, the E2770V-BF. It uses LG’s TruMotion technology, so it should perform well under most situations.
The 27-inch IPS LED-backlit monitor provides 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 250 cd/m2 brightness. Other features include D-Sub, DVI-D as well as 2 HDMI connectors. The E2770V-BF will cost you about $410.
Some leaked images and specs of an upcoming LG handset have been leaked. The handset will feature the same Nova display as the current Optimus Black, but at a larger 4.3 inches. That’s why the phone is being called the LG Optimus Big.
It’s expected to launch at Korea’s U+ provider in April. Some of the leaked specs include a 1GHz single-core CPU and a T-DMB TV tuner, which allows watching over-the-air TV broadcasts. That last feature insures that the handset won’t be coming to other markets. At least not without some major changes.
If you desire a charging pad for your LG phone, then check out the LG Wireless Charging Pad LG WCP-700. This wireless charger will allow you to charge your LG phone like magic. Just place it on the charging pad and charging will commence.
It may seem like magic, but this device uses something more down to Earth. It uses inductive charging technology. You can be sure that your phone is charging thanks to visual, audio and tactile feedback which will tell you when it is placed properly and display the charging status. You can expect the LG WCP-700 to arrive in April for $69.99.