LG's 34-inch UltraWide FreeSync IPS Monitor features a wide 21:9 aspect ratio, support for HDR10, and a refresh rate of 75 Hz. B&H's offer saves you $90 off its full cost, though this price is only here for a limited time.
Comes with a 1440p pixel resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, and a 1ms response time. The IPS panel has superior color and viewing angles. Also has adaptive sync that works with AMD and Nvidia. Wall mountable and has an ultra-thin bezel.
This affordable smartphone is equipped with an octa-core processor, a 6.2-inch HD display, 3GB RAM, a 3500mAh battery that can last all day, and a microSD card slot to expand its storage. It even comes with a stylus.
LG's 75-inch 4K UHD Smart TV with HDR is discounted during Dell's Presidents' Day sale. Though you might find it price-matched elsewhere, Dell's the only retailer also including a $150 gift card with the purchase!
Has 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. Includes AMD's FreeSync to help reduce screen tearing and motion blur while watching movies or playing high intensity games. Includes a black stabilizer gaming feature and on-screen controls with screen split.
This monitor has such a high demand and low stock that just being around is usually noteworthy. The $50 discount is the first we've seen. Monitor has 1440p resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, a 1 ms response time, and a USB hub in the back.
LG has finally announced which of its handsets will be getting the Android 10 update. No surprise, the LG V50 ThinQ, and G8X are first on the list, with other notable handsets like the V40 and G7 coming later this year.
Start streaming movies and shows from apps like Netflix, Disney+, and more with this 49-inch 4K smart TV. It's even Apple HomeKit enabled and features two built-in 10W speakers, as well as three HDMI inputs.
Has LG's intelligent processor for instantly enhanced picture quality and color. Has Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant built in and works with Apple HomeKit. Supports HDR including Dolby Vision, and improves sound with Dolby Atmos. Supports AirPlay 2
A new patent from LG reveals a new type of Dual Screen display, one that's more evocative of the Mate X. With this new patent, an LG flagship would potentially be able to power a display that approaches tablet sizes while retaining all the flexibility of modern foldables.