SOHO, LONDON was the setting for LG's launch show today where it displayed its latest range of 3D TVs that feature its own Smart TV interface.
LG's Smart TV, which is featured on some of LG's LW series TVs, has a user interface that is split up into sections, or 'cards'. These sections are for different kinds of 'premium content', such as the BBC's Iplayer, Youtube, Facebook and Twitter.
As you will see in the video above, it also offers web browsing, downloadable applications and media streaming over DNLA and the Internet.
The interface can be controlled with the traditional remote or two other methods. The first of these is LG's Magic Motion Remote that works the same way as Nintendo users navigate with a Wii Remote. The second is free downloadable apps for Apple or Android phones which allow full control of the TV from the touchscreen on the phone. µ
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