I feel like I have talked a lot about LG OLED TVs but as someone said, there are always no enough words to describe a good product.
I still don’t think there is an electronic maker who is poised to come up with a television set that will sway me off LG OLED TV, especially the C8 series, my favorite.
Many people have told me that LG OLED TVs are just for high-end consumers but I beg to differ. I think LG OLED TVs have been designed for anyone and everyone who cares about perfection and what it really means to have a ‘quality screen.’
Something that attracted me to LG OLED C8 is the fact that it is integrated with a Google Assistant. I call this, ‘making the TV more human than just a gadget.’ With impressive pictures, real and actual sounds as well as the stunning colors, the addition of a Google Assistant was something out of the ordinary.
With the Google Assistant, it means you are able to interact with your TV at a very ‘personal’ level. Actually, let me just say that it enables you to make a friend out of a TV. Who is a friend? For me, a friend is someone you can rely to. Someone you can ask something and he or she tells you the way it is without sugarcoating it.
“How is the weather going to be like in Nairobi?” you ask a ‘friend’
“Today, in Nairobi, it will rain in the afternoon,” the ‘friend’ answers and it comes to pass just like that. That kind of friend is only found in LG OLED TV, C8. And this is possible because of the LG ThinQ, the Artificial Intelligence part of LG that makes your TV even smarter.
ThinQ also means that you can turn your TV into a servant or even the master in making ‘others’ work for you. This is because, with it, you can make yourself a smart hub at home where the TV can be made to command other devices within the room such as vacuum cleaners, speakers and air conditioners and many others without you lifting a finger.
For those looking to leave like kings and queens, LG OLED TV, especially C8 is what you should have today.