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LG's OLED TV

LG's OLED TV

LG's 84-inch TV

LG's laser projector

LG's Magic Remote

Finger control

LG's smart home lineup

LG's smart fridge

LG's smart washer

At its CES press event today in Las Vegas, LG finally divulged a price and U.S. release date for its OLED. The company also showed off several TVs, related devices, and smart appliances.

LG's 55-inch OLED HDTV will arrive in the U.S. this March for around $12,000, the company said.

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LG's 55-inch OLED TV set design first debuted at last year's CES and won CNET's highest honor, but was delayed, due to what was rumored to be issues manufacturing the set.

According to LG, the television is as slender as a pencil.

Skott Ahn, LG's CTO, says the stand makes the television appear almost weightless.

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Skott Ahn, LG CTO, says two new versions of its Ultra HD series TV sets with 4K resolution -- a 65-inch model and a 55-inch version -- will join the existing 84-inch version.
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LG discussed its previously debuted Hecto Laser Projector, which is the company's first foray into the projector market. The model's claim to fame is that it can be used in a room that is not completely dark. Skott Ahn, LG CTO, said the laser projector can create a 100-inch screen.
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LG senior vice president James Fishler showed off an upgraded Magic Motion remote with voice recognition.
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LG will also let you control the TV by simply pointing your finger at the screen.
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LG said it is working hard to let appliance owners interact with their devices using their cell phone for things like turning on a load of laundry or starting an automated vacuum from their smartphone.

"What we really need is a smart life," LG CTO Skott Ahn said. "Life should be free of complicated interfaces."

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LG's upcoming refrigerator will feature a door within a door to offer quick access to items and let out less cold air.
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LG will let you update your washing machine by touching your phone to it. The company's machine is shaves 20 minutes off the laundry cycle.
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