LG Unveils New OLED TVs With Voice and Google

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LG Electronics has taken the wraps off its OLED television offerings at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The new OLED TVs promise to deliver enhanced clarity and resolution, along with voice control and Google enhancements. (Jan. 7)

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Las Vegas, Nevada- January 7, 2013

SOUNDBITE (English) James Fishman, LG Senior VP. Marketing

"Today I am proud to announce that the 2013 LG OLED TV will launch in United States this March and the suggested price of about $12,000. In 2013, consumers will now have three screen sizes to choose from. A 65-inch and a 55-inch join the award-winning 84-inch model that is available now. The new 2013 Magic Remote will recognize natural language see you no longer have to speak like a robot. This new remote with universal control capability operates a cable box your cable box as well.

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SOUNDBITE (English) James Fishman, LG Senior VP. Marketing

"We put the voice control technology in the remote, not the TV. This will decrease the likelihood of the TV picking up something in the room that someone is saying. In 2013 we will continue to serve our Android fans with continued support of Google TV: seven models in five screen sizes.

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