Summer is around the corner, I just got back from a Canada 150 road trip with Ford, and there are only 85 days until the Toronto International Film Festival. There is a lot going on, but the festival is front of mind since I’m prepping The GATE’s Interview Lounge at TIFF, and my accreditation application came in Monday too.
LG Electronics will debut a new, smaller Pocket Photo 2.0 mobile printer at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week, and it will feature a number of upgrades including a slimmer design, 313dpi printing, and a total of 30 prints per charge.
Sometimes shopping for the holidays means spending a little more on loved ones or your entire family. If you’re planning to wow someone this year, or you just want to see what all the fuss is about, take a look at four suggestions for very high-end products that are sure to impress friends and family, including the LG Curved OLED 55″ Television, De’Longhi PrimaDonna S espresso machine, Kenwood Cooking Chef Kitchen Machine, and the Parrot Zikmu Solo speaker.
This week has been an incredible experience at CES 2013, and Las Vegas has been a lot of fun, when I’ve had time to see much of it. That’s of course been a lot of the problem with CES being so incredible–it’s so incredible, I haven’t had time to do much else, including write about what I’ve seen.
Anyone who has seen my current laptop, a diminuitive Dell Inspiron, knows that I love small laptops. After all, when I’m going portable, I don’t need a machine that can do high-end graphics, I just need something to write stories, check email, and edit a few photos or some video.
So it was a cool pleasure this week to check out LG Electronics’ “Whatchamacallit,” also known as the X120.
While I’m stuck in Toronto, missing out on CES in Las Vegas, there are some pretty cool gadgets being shown off to the assembled media hordes. I’ve seen more press releases about electronics this month than I care to count, but the coolest might be LG’s wrist watch style 3G phone, the LG-GD910.
Whether you call it imitation or just following a smart trend, I have to admit that on first glance I dismissed the LG Shine as a knock off of another very popular phone that features brushed metal and an ultra-thin design. After playing with the phone for a week, listening to music, taking pictures, and checking out the features, the LG Shine more than managed to prove itself however.