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[January 04, 2013]

LG to announce smart appliances range at CES 2013

Jan 04, 2013 (M2 EQUITYBITES via COMTEX) -- LG Electronics Inc (LG)(KSE:066570.KS) announced today the introduction of its full 2013 line of smart appliances, offering enhanced connectivity and greater user convenience, at next week's International CES, being held in Las Vegas.

The company said that its smart control allows users to effectively manage their appliances with simple voice commands via smartphone and monitor LG's smart suite from outside the home. By scanning their smartphone with the NFC Tag-on symbol on LG's smart appliances, users can easily register and control their smart home appliances.

LG differentiates its smart appliances with two separate but highly complementary sets of technologies. LG's four core technologies, the Linear Compressor, Inverter Direct Drive, KOMPRESSOR and Lightwave, enable superior performance and savings, while LG's smart technologies, Smart Manager, Smart Diagnosis, Smart Access, Smart Adapt and Smart Grid readiness, create greater user convenience.

LG Electronics is a provider of consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliances.

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