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LG CES 2019 Press Conference Date, Time & Live Stream


As usual LG has a ton of new technology to announce at its CES 2019 press conference. Expect TVs, robots, laptops, monitors and even a capsule based beer brewing system.

LG is always one of the big players at CES alongside the likes of Samsung. This year will be no different and here's all the details for the LG press conference for 2019 and what gadgets to expect.

How To Watch LG's CES 2019 Live Stream
Date and time: 8am local time (PST), or 4pm GMT Monday 7 January.

If you can't make the conference in person, or would just rather watch it from somewhere more comfortable then we expect LG to offer a live stream like it normally does.

We'll embed this on the page as soon as we can but for now you can check out what happened last year, including some interesting robots and its ThinQ Smart Speaker.

What To Expect From LG @ CES 2019
Unlike a lot of companies, LG goes with a strategy of not keeping much left a secret for the press conference itself. 

So we already know a lot of the tech that's coming including a whopping 88in OLED TV that will offer a an 8K resolution. There will also be a new ‘Wallpaper’ OLED along with an 8K LCD. Behind the scene TV tech includes ThinQ AI and second-generation Alpha 9 processors.

LG will also announce new AI soundbars including the SL9 as well as plenty more tech such as a new Gram laptop, Ultra monitors, Cinebeam laser 4K projector, intellegent service robots, Twinwash and dryer set and various smart kitchen gadgets such as a capsule based HomeBrew system for making your own beer.



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