LG reviews

Show all LG: Reviews News
LG Styler will freshen your clothes to save washing and ironing (hands-on)
Smarthome

LG Styler will freshen your clothes to save washing and ironing (hands-on)

By 22 January 2015

LG announced an updated model of its LG Styler at CES 2015 and we managed to get a quick look at it in action during the company's InnoFest conference in Portugal. The LG Styler is a clothing management system designed to refresh clothes without detergents... >>

LG P7 Music Flow Bluetooth speaker hands-on: Colour, quality and portability
Audio

LG P7 Music Flow Bluetooth speaker hands-on: Colour, quality and portability

By 22 January 2015

LG has shown off a new Bluetooth speaker called the P7 at its InnoFest 2015 conference in Portugal, adding to its Music Flow range of speakers. A very similar Music Flow portable Wi-Fi speaker was announced just before CES 2015, known as the H4,... >>

LG SoundPlate 540 review: Super connected speaker base
Home Cinema 4 out of 5

LG SoundPlate 540 review: Super connected speaker base

By 13 January 2015

The speaker base, which acts like a flattened speaker bar, has been something of an emerging trend in recent years, offering a way to boost your TV's speakers without resorting to a full-blown speaker system. The LG SoundPlate 540 mixes things up, crossing... >>

LG G Flex 2: Smaller, more powerful, more compelling (hands-on)
Phones

LG G Flex 2: Smaller, more powerful, more compelling (hands-on)

By 5 January 2015

When the LG G Flex was first launched it was seen as something of a gimmick, with plenty of questions as to whether we need a curved screen on a phone at all. Not to be deterred by the mixed reception of the original model, LG has released the LG G Flex... >>

LG G Watch R review: Android Wear's new champion
Gadgets 4 out of 5

LG G Watch R review: Android Wear's new champion

By 14 November 2014

Hot on the heels of the LG G Watch, the Korean company has released a new version of its Android Wear device in the G Watch R. It certainly looks the part too: blurring the lines between traditional watch design and modern smartwatch functions. As the... >>

LG G3 S review: Moderate mid-ranger
Phones 3.5 out of 5

LG G3 S review: Moderate mid-ranger

By 12 November 2014

LG has enjoyed plenty of success with its flagship smartphones of late, and the LG G3 S wants to capitalise on this, offering a mini take on flagship design. In doing so you get a device that, like the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini or the HTC One mini 2, mimics... >>

LG 55UB950V 4K TV review: webOS meets ultra-high definition
Televisions 4 out of 5

LG 55UB950V 4K TV review: webOS meets ultra-high definition

By 2 November 2014

The LG UB950V brings a double dose of excitement, offering ultra-high definition (UHD) resolution, otherwise known as 4K, in addition to LG's webOS user interface. The large resolution is matched by large screen sizes, as the UB950V is available in 65-... >>

LG G Pad 7.0 review
Tablets 4 out of 5

LG G Pad 7.0 review

By 9 October 2014

The LG G Pad 7.0 is here to show that you needn't spend a fortune to get a feature-rich 7-inch tablet, acting as LG's charge to try and shake-up the reign of Google Nexus 7 rule. In this regard the G Pad packs in a few features you generally don't get... >>

LG Hom-Bot Square robotic vacuum cleaner review
Smarthome 4 out of 5

LG Hom-Bot Square robotic vacuum cleaner review

By 17 September 2014

Weekly chores are never fun, especially not the one where you have to dig the vacuum cleaner out from the cupboard and give your arm a work out in the process of trying to make your carpet look clean again. Fear not though as robotic vacuum cleaners are... >>

LG Kizon smartwatch lets you directly call and track your little ones (hands-on)
Gadgets

LG Kizon smartwatch lets you directly call and track your little ones (hands-on)

By 7 September 2014

LG announced a wearable for kids back in July, dubbed the Kizon smartwatch, which allows parents to track and call their children directly. Despite its name, it's not really a watch as such given that there is no way to tell the time, but it's pretty... >>


>