Fill your gadget-loving boots with this month’s hottech new tech, including the slick Oppo Find X or the Vivo Nex, MSI’s classy notebook, Panasonic’s OLED TV and more
From `32,500, lg.com/in
Not one or two but 25 new LG TV sets have been unleashed onto the market powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI). These include models under its OLED, Super UHD, UHD and Smart TV category that pack in Alpha 7 or Alpha 9 processors. They can be controlled with the ‘Magic Remote’ for navigation via click, point, scroll, and voice control. Although Deep ThinkQ AI works best connected to the internet, around 800 pre-set commands work without it. Setting it up with external devices like sound bars or gaming consoles is streamlined to make the overall experience simpler. A notable feature is the mobile connection overlay that enables users to simultaneously view both the smartphone and television content. The higher-end models enjoy full array dimming for denser backlighting zones throughout the display and support for the full gamut of HDR standards.
T3 Says: The range is available across sizes from 32” to 77” with prices going up to `29,49,990.