LG Re-Engineered Remote Control responds to Apps, Gestures and Speech
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Since LG introduced its first Smart TV in 2010, the company has placed its focus not only on improving the television itself, but also the input devices which facilitate the user experience. In fact, in the past, a remote control was not a major buying factor for consumers. However, LG understands that the remote is directly related to how people use TVs and consume content. Also in the past, manufacturers like LG were limited in their ability to explore alternative remotes to any great extent because most TV owners inevitably set aside manufacturer remotes and instead used the remotes provided by TV service providers. Now, as Smart TV is changing this paradigm, LG has carte blanche to create remotes that enable a much richer interactive experience.
LG’s Voice, Motion, Pointing and Wheel functions are the four pillars of the company’s latest remote control. LG expects that traditional remotes will disappear sooner or later, and its new remote is, at the very least, a stepping stone toward the future remote of choice. Likewise, as more and more consumers become familiar just how much better the Smart TV experience can be with LG’s remote, the company sees its remote becoming a major buying factor. In the end, it will go a long way to enhancing the brand image of the company.
Such remotes are used with LG 55LM7600 3D TVs.
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