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    If you are living in Las Vegas or are going to assist to the CES 2015 January 6-9 the LG booths are:

    LG Electronics 8204, N235, N237, N239, N241
    LG Electronics HQ N240, N242

    Please let us know any news about WebOS on LG products. Thanks.

    Exhibitors List: http://ces15.mapyourshow.com/6_0/exh...2A780AF3A8D9DD
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    It may be worth noting the following companies will also be present:
    Alcatel - Lucent / Onetouch
    HP
    Qualcomm
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    I hear there will be a update to support LG 55UB820V, do you know what other products will be supported.

    Thank you.
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    LG 55UB820V is Netcast, not webOS..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Preemptive View Post
    It may be worth noting the following companies will also be present:
    Alcatel - Lucent / Onetouch
    HP
    Qualcomm
    Samsung tookThe Full floor If I were LG I`ll be worried.

    Samsung Electronics
    N106, 11906, 11929, 12429, N203,
    N204, N205, N206, N207, N208,
    N209, N210, N211, N212, N213,
    N214, N215, N216, N217, N218,
    N221, N222, N227, N229, N230,
    N231, N233
    Samsung Techwin Renaissance Hospitality Suites
    Samsung Telecommunications America N223, N224, N225, N226
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    Quote Originally Posted by Preemptive View Post
    It was news after IFA 2014 . The true story is LG (Lucky Gold Star) 1947 (Gold Star) was the leading electronic company back then at the beginning when South Korea started to make home appliances and there were JVC, SONY, AIWA, HITACHI, PANASONIC etc from Japan taking the world market. Samsung in 1969 started to make home appliances later than LG.

    In 2005 Samsung surpassed SONY and leave LG in the dust.

    LG and Samsung washer machines are low price and low quaility products nothing to be compared with Whirpool USA washer machine products for hard work.

    However there are consumer that buy those LG and Samsung washer because of the price, but you don`t get your cloth as clean as you would expect.

    I don`t think LG and Samsung will last in the European market for these kind of products, because once the european consumer realize that those are bad products , all Europe will know it. They have Electrolux.

    So I don`t know what are they fighting for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by akitayo View Post
    It was news after IFA 2014 . The true story is LG (Lucky Gold Star) 1947 (Gold Star) was the leading electronic company back then at the beginning when South Korea started to make home appliances and there were JVC, SONY, AIWA, HITACHI, PANASONIC etc from Japan taking the world market. Samsung in 1969 started to make home appliances later than LG.

    In 2005 Samsung surpassed SONY and leave LG in the dust.

    LG and Samsung washer machines are low price and low quaility products nothing to be compared with Whirpool USA washer machine products for hard work.

    However there are consumer that buy those LG and Samsung washer because of the price, but you don`t get your cloth as clean as you would expect.

    I don`t think LG and Samsung will last in the European market for these kind of products, because once the european consumer realize that those are bad products , all Europe will know it. They have Electrolux.

    So I don`t know what are they fighting for?
    Not sure where you base your data on. Whirlpool sells for a similar price here in Europe compared to Samsung and LG for most appliances. The Koreans give good value for money. I don't say they're the best, but I must say I'm quite impressed with my LG 7kg direct drive washer (costing EUR 400 or 450 and lasting a good 9,5 years already now with 4-6 washings every single week). It might not wash as well as a Miele that costs EUR 1200 or even more, but then again my clothes never get that dirty (office job etc).

    The same for my Samsung fridge which costing around EUR 800 and lasting the same amount of time, the only beef I have with it is a cable to the temperature display on front which is faulty and therefore the temperature display doesn't work a 100%. Other than that it's working fine.

    With regards to Electrolux: They have different brands, some are better then others. I personally have good experiences with their "premium" AEG brand for kitchen appliances for example.
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