Now here comes another leak! We enjoy such days when every other device somehow leaks out of the cauldron of these major vendors right before the MWC event every year. The latest device that has managed to show up right before its official announcement is the LG's second generation of Optimus handset, the LG CX2 aka the Optimus 3D 2. While the original Optimus 3D couldn't ripple some serious waves in the industry, the new display according to the leak improves both the 3D effect and legibility, thanks to an IPS-based screen. Read on.. More →
LG Electronics India has today launched the BD670 3D Blu-ray player which supports Blu-ray 3D disk playback in full HD 1080p when paired with 3D TVs and also offers online connectivity. With Wi-Fi on-board, users can use the LG SmartTV function for easy access to apps like AccuWeather, Picasa, YouTube, I-play TV, Google Maps and V-Tuner. Since this Blu-ray player is also Wi-Fi Direct certified, it can connect with other Wi-Fi devices directly without actually requiring a Wi-Fi hotspot. With DLNA functionality, one can share your files easily with other DLNA certified devices. And if you have an Android smartphone, then you can use your phone as a remote control for this player by downloading the LG Remote App on your Android device. Of course, all this does not come cheap - you will have to shell out something in the range of Rs 16,000 - Rs 20,000 (yes, the release gives us that range) to get it. Blu-ray still costs a pretty paisa, we guess.