LG gets smart at CES 2011

From Smart TVs to Smart Appliances to Smart Phones, LG Electronics today unveiled its smart technologies and devices, designed, it says, “to enhance consumers' lives”, at its global press conference at the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show.

LG’s releases include Smart TV, with premium TV technology and Internet connectivity with its "Point, Click, Control, Simply Smarter" capabilities of LG's Smart TVs, LG's Home Dashboard and Magic Motion Remote Control.

Also unveiled at the CES press conference was LG's Smart TV Upgrader which offers a full range of Smart TV functions on regular TVs via an HDMI link.

Beyond TVs, LG was also pushing its 3D Blu-ray home theater systems, 3D Blu-ray Disc players, 3D monitors, 3D laptops, and 3D projectors.

On the mobile front, LG's latest smartphones including LG Optimus 2X, a smartphone with a dual core processor and full HD screen and LG Optimus Black which weighs 109g, and is 9.2mm-thick.

LG also showcased its Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology, a glasses-free 3D display for mobiles devices, and a smartphone that supports the US version of mobile DTV.