World's first 55-inch OLED

LAS VEGAS--At CES 2013, LG announces its new television lineup for this year, including new OLED TVs.
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55EM9700

The 55EM9700 will be the world's first, and will debut at $12,000 when it ships in March.
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The Ultimate Display

OLED promises better picture quality than plasma or LCD
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LG's James Fishler talks up the company's appliance business at CES 2013.
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Smart appliances

LG announced the world's first Internet-connected refrigerator a couple years ago...
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Smart range

...and now it has a whole range (get it?) of smart appliances.
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Touch-screen washer

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Washer-dryer combo...with touch screens

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Can a dishwasher be smart?

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Touch-screen fridge

Supposedly, software keeps track of fridge contents and interfaces with a smartphone app to help you plan your shopping.
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An app-controlled robot vacuum

Need we say more?
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Robot vacuum, the business end

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Smart LCD TV

Pivoting back to TVs, LG had some of the sleekest designs last year; 2013 looks to be no exception.
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4K TVs in smaller sizes

One of the only new products announced was 4K/UHD TVs in 55- and 65-inch sizes.
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4K TV and home theater system

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84-inch 4K/UHD TV

It's big, and already on sale for $20K.
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Google TV with voice control

LG also launched two lines of Google TVs, and the software now features improved natural language voice control.

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