LG Electronics has unveiled its new range of Smart TV products at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. With its simple Home Dashboard and Magic Motion Remote Control, LG’s Smart TV makes it easy to access a full array of premium online content, LG Apps and much more. Let’s find out what makes LG Smart TVs distinguished from others.
Home Dashboard is the start-up screen for LG’s Smart TV, providing a place where viewers can see and access all the content and services the TV offers. On a single screen, the Home Dashboard offers simple, intuitive access to the full range of entertainment options and an easy way to find whatever viewers want to watch.
The Home Dashboard consists of Live TV, Premium Content, LG Apps and Launcher Bar, which provide simple access to the exact content viewers want to see.
Magic Motion Remote Control
While many remote controls now have as many buttons as keyboards, LG has gone the other route and stripped the remote down to its absolute basics. LG’s Magic Motion Remote Control lets users simply wave and click, so they have no need to take their eyes off the screen when choosing and activating their choice. In addition, a drag and drop function makes the control even simpler and more convenient to use.
LG Smart TVs’ Smart Share function allows users to wirelessly stream content from compatible devices for viewing on their television screen. With Smart Share, users can also directly transfer stored content from their PC, and access simultaneous meta data – including actor profiles and plot synopses – about whatever movie they’re watching.
Premium Content and LG Apps
LG’s Smart TV provides instant access to an outstanding range of content, including Movie VOD, Major Sports League Pass and Catch-up TV Services, both from premium global providers and specially selected regional content companies. In addition, the custom-made LG Apps offer services ranging from lifestyle and education to entertainment and games that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
The platform also includes the Web Browser, so users no longer need to turn on their laptop to access the internet. With this feature, news, reviews and a host of other content can be viewed directly on the television screen.