LG Electronics said that it received a total of 132 awards at this year‘s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
It said that its products received the much coveted CES top innovation title announced by the Consumer Technology Association, highlighting the company’s global standing and dedication to excellence.
LG, which has been a major player in big screen TVs and in particular is a global leader in the field of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens, unveiled the world‘s first mass production capable rollable TV at the gathering that ran from on Jan.8 through Jan. 11.
The LG Signature OLED TV R received considerable attention, with Engadget, a multilingual blog network, that is the official award partner at CES, naming it as its Best TV Product. The innovative TV that allows the big OLED screen to vanish into a long box with embedded speakers also secured awards from some 50 media outlets, such as the Wall Street Journal and Cnet.
The company then said its 8K resolution OLED TV and Super Ultra HD TV, as well as its artificial intelligence-equipped TV set, were praised by tech experts from around the world.
Media outlets and online publications like USA Today and TechRadar, in addition, gave LG HomeBrew, a craft beer making a machine, their highest awards, while the waterfall OLED display at the entrance of the company’s booth that was made up of 260 flexible panels won recognition from numerous international IT outlets.
Beside such products, the company‘s LG SuitBot, an exoskeleton that can help physical laborers, and Styler a clothing care system, received praise at this year’s CES and highlighted the direction of the company going forward in terms of technology and marketing direction.―The Investor