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LG Electronics Wins 41 Awards at CES 2015
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LG Electronics Wins 41 Awards at CES 2015
  • By matthew
  • January 12, 2015, 03:33
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LG's Tromm washing machine won both a Top Pick CES 2015 and a Reviewed.com CES Editor's Choice 2015 award this year.
LG's Tromm washing machine won both a Top Pick CES 2015 and a Reviewed.com CES Editor's Choice 2015 award this year.

 

LG Electronics won a total of 41 awards at the CES 2015, including an award for The Best Product.

Its Ultra OLED TV, the G Flex 2, and the Tromm Plus have all been recognized as having the best technology.

LG earned the best of CES category Best TV Product from Engadget, an official award partner of the CES. This award is given to the most innovative product in each category at the CES 2015.

Reviewed.com, a subsidiary of USA Today, which is the U.S.'s largest newspaper, chose the Ultra OLED TV, the G Flex 2 and the Tromm Plus as thefor Editors’ Choice Awards.

Digital Trends, a premier website for technology news and information, also selected the Ultra OLED TV and the G Flex 2 as the best product in the Best Home Video and the Best Mobile categories, respectively.

Moreover, TechRadar chose the Ultra OLED TV and the G Flex 2 as the best product in the TV and Smartphone categories.

Before the event, LG Electronics was awarded 2015 CES Innovation Awards in a total of 10 categories: 4 in TV, 2 in IT including monitors and cellphones, and 4 in the household appliance categories.

Over the past 10 years, LG has been honored with more than 150 CES Innovation Awards from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the host of the CES. In particular, LG's OLED TVs and G Series smartphones have earned CES Innovation Awards for the third year in a row.

Cho Joo-wan, executive director of LG Electronics U.S. Corporation, said, “We have achieved such awards since our cordiality for consumers have successfully been delivered to them. This recognition will serve as a momentum to go beyond innovation this year.”