LG is Home… in Tech Life of our Beirut English February Issue

January 28, 2015

We walked down tech lane at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and these are some of the LG delights we came across made to upgrade your living space on every angle. Make sure to check out the English Edition of our February issue to see the rest of our favorites!

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LG TWIN Wash System

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Stamping the first-of-its-kind, this innovative front-loading washer allows for washing two separate loads simultaneously. Find the mini washer at the pedestal for space efficiency and a lower cycle times alongside the decreased amount of loads required. Smart connectivity options allow for faster wash cycles that tag along the compatibility with LG’s HomeChat messaging service. An ergonomic design fits well alongside LG’s new TurboWash and TurboSteam technologies. LG’s EasyLoad feature, a two-way open door system, adds to the list of convenience.

LG Door-in-Door Double Capacity Refrigerator

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Just as the name implies, this Door-in-Door fridge is an innovative and convenient way to compartmentalize your goods while maximizing the maintenance of cold air; a total of 47 percent of cold air loss is reduced with this new system. Access the right Door-in-Door from both the outside and inside, by simply pressing a button on the outer handle bar and loading commonly used snacks. For the left Door-in-Door, you can get to the storage through a trigger on the bottom of the door. The fridge also comes with a contour glass finish and it has EasyLift Bins. You won’t twitch at the sight of smudges and fingerprints, since the black patterned finish makes the fridge resistant to such peskiness. 

LG 34UM67 UltraWide Gaming Monitor

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For the gaming buffs, this one’s a real treat. Marking the brand’s “first 21:9 monitor for graphics-intensive gaming”, this monitor comes with AMD FreeSync technology, which basically rids the screen of any tearing that may result from incongruence between the monitor and graphic card.  Fluid motion tags along with an UltraWide Field of View so gamers could get a better viewing experience by seeing areas you usually can’t spot on regular monitors (16:9). Dark scenes are illuminated thanks to the monitor’s Black Stabilizer feature. Players can also get a better gaming experience with the Dynamic Action Sync mode that reduces input lag.

by micha
Micheline has a a sweet-tooth for dark chocolate and cappuccinos, an almost obsessive-compulsive aversion to dust on Blu-ray discs, and a passion for regularly playing tennis on her Nintendo Wii. Matched with her love of writing, she is the Editor of T3 Middle East's Levant English publication and English website, and the Associated Editor for the GCC English publication.