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LG will present its experimental products in a separate display area at CES 2024 – E-volution

LG will present its experimental products in a separate display area at CES 2024 – E-volution

This year, LG Electronics (LG) is gearing up to introduce an innovative and groundbreaking product line at CES, the world's largest consumer electronics and IT show.

LG Labs, the company's marketing platform for developing innovative products and services in the pilot phase, will have a separate exhibition space. This time, the LG Labs Zone welcomes those interested in innovative ideas and customer experiences adapted to different lifestyles in an area twice the size of last year.

One of the highlights of the exhibition will be the DukeBox display manufactured by LG Laboratories. This is an audio product that perfectly combines the unique sound provided by a tube amplifier with the latest transparent OLED panel technology. The device was created with the aim of providing a new audio-visual experience in the form of a modern jukebox by combining the well-known audio solution of the past with the latest technology. The sound surrounds the listener with the help of the front-facing speakers located at the bottom of the device and the 360-degree speaker located on top. The transparency of the OLED display can be adjusted, creating an immersive visual effect reminiscent of a vacuum tube sound system housed in a glass box. In addition, the DukeBox can be used in many ways, so it is suitable for playing high-quality movies or even creating a fireplace atmosphere.

LG also offers an improved version of Bon Voyage. It is a personalized living space designed to extend the quality of living at home into nature. Based on customer feedback, the Bon Voyage has been redesigned to fit a camping trailer, improving space utilization and mobility. The caravan, which is 2 meters wide, 3.8 meters long and 2.2 meters high, can be equipped with various furniture and appliances, including a bed, refrigerator, electric stove, water purifier, styler and shoe care products. Its versatility allows users to use it comfortably anywhere, as it can be easily parked indoors and can also be easily attached to a car.

A capsule coffee machine, DUOBO, will also be on display in the exhibition space, which can prepare black coffee from two different coffee capsules at the same time. The product is inspired by space exploration and was first introduced in the United States through a crowdfunding campaign. A full-scale model of DUOBO will be on display on site along with the alien animal figure CUBO.

Apart from this, LG will also showcase products like LG CineBeam Qube, LG Gram Fold, LG XBOOM, LG StanbyMe Go, LG Tiiun Mini, and brid.zzz from LG Labs, all of which reflect the company's bold and innovative approach.

Heo Eun Kim, Vice President and Head of Brand Management at LG, expressed the company's commitment to enabling customers around the world to experience innovative products and services that embody LG's pioneering thinking.

Visitors to CES 2024 can view LG Labs products at the company's booth (No. 16008, Central Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center) from January 9-12. between. All of the company's announcements can be followed online at and on the LG Global YouTube channel.

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