The WK9 has an 8-inch HD display that allows you to interact with the same great Smart Display experience we've been messing around with for a few months now. You can use the screen to access step-by-step recipe guides, video calling with Google Duo thanks to the 5MP camera, YouTube videos, and — of course — you can use your voice to talk to the Google Assistant at any time.
Similar to the JBL Link View, LG's really promoting the speaker/sound quality on the WK9. LG partnered with Meridian Audio for the gadget and outfitted the WK9 with stereo 20W speakers that promise to offer "crystal clear audio."
If you're interested, the LG XBOOM AI ThinQ WK9 is initially launching in the United States with "key markets in other regions" following at a later date. The WK9 has a retail price of $300, but as part of a special promotion, LG's letting early adopters pick it up for $200.
The official Android 12 beta is winding down, and the betas for other Android OEMs are heating up. No company has announced an official release date for its phones yet, but we can extrapolate from its current schedule what to expect. Here's everything we know, including which phones will get Android 12.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra offers the ultimate luxury experience, with four incredible cameras and an industry-leading display. It's a love letter to Samsung's most enthusiastic customers, and the addition of S Pen support may even draw in longtime Note loyalists.
Voice control is prevalent in the home these days, and one place it comes in real handy is the kitchen. Imagine rolling dough, chopping vegetables, or tending to several pots and pans on the stove while still being able to control the playback of a video recipe, adjust songs on your playlist, or find out how many grams are in an ounce — all without having to lift a finger. Pretty neat,...