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LAS VEGAS--At CES 2013, LG announces its new television lineup for this year, including new OLED TVs.
The 55EM9700 will be the world's first, and will debut at $12,000 when it ships in March.
OLED promises better picture quality than plasma or LCD
LG's James Fishler talks up the company's appliance business at CES 2013.
LG announced the world's first Internet-connected refrigerator a couple years ago...
...and now it has a whole range (get it?) of smart appliances.
Supposedly, software keeps track of fridge contents and interfaces with a smartphone app to help you plan your shopping.
Need we say more?
Pivoting back to TVs, LG had some of the sleekest designs last year; 2013 looks to be no exception.
One of the only new products announced was 4K/UHD TVs in 55- and 65-inch sizes.
It's big, and already on sale for $20K.
LG also launched two lines of Google TVs, and the software now features improved natural language voice control.