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    LG LM6700 55 Inch LED Cinema 3D HDTV with LG Smart TV – Review

    The LG LM6700 is a beautiful sleek smart television designed with all of the latest bells and...

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    LG Rhythm Cell Phone Review

    LG’s most well-known music handset is probably the LG Chocolate, which was introduced way back in 2006. There have been a number of updates since then, including the latest LG Chocolate 3. The Chocolate 3 didn’t wow us, though; we expected something that would showcase the music player portion of the phone...

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    LG Tritan Cell Phone Review

    LG was not the first manufacturer to incorporate a touch-screen interface with a QWERTY keyboard on a phone, but it has been one of the most successful. We were really pleased with the LG enV Touch from Verizon Wireless, and the LG Xenon from AT&T Wireless wasn’t too bad, either. Now LG...

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    LG Rumor Touch Cell Phone Review

    Long before messaging phones became a trend, LG has been making feature phones with full QWERTY keyboards. Verizon has its line of Voyager and enV handsets, and Sprint has the LG Rumor and the subsequent LG Rumor 2. Though they made decent messaging phones, the previous Rumor handsets were more for the...

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    LG Remarq Review

    Introduction Sprint and LG are adding to their line of environmentally friendly phones with the LG Remarq, a small device with a full QWERTY keyboard, 1.3MP camera and easy access to all of your favorite social networks. It may not have the top-of-line features you’ll see in other phones, but Sprint is...

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    LG Fathom Review

    Introduction Windows Phone 7 is right around the corner, but that’s not stopping manufacturers from releasing Windows Mobile 6.5-equipped devices.  Equipped with Windows Mobile 6.5.3, the LG Fathom hits Verizon just in time for the busy summer shopping season.  The device joins Verizon’s packed lineup of smartphones, and given the price point...

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    LG Sentio Review

    Introduction The Sentio is the first LG phone to be offered from T-Mobile and it’s a great start. The device features a 3 MP camera, a 3-inch touchscreen, YouTube player, Google Maps with navigation, and more. It’s still a featurephone, but it has a lot to offer and comes in a very...

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    LG BD550 Blu ray Player Review

    If you have Ethernet connectivity in your living room, the smart move is to go with an entry-level Blu-ray player. Most such players available in 2010 offer much of the functionality of step-up models, minus built-in Wi-Fi. That’s the case with the LG BD550 ($150 street), which is nearly identical to the...

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    LG Imprint MN240 Cell Phone Review

    At first glance, the plastic-smooth and podlike LG Imprint for MetroPCS looks akin to the Kin One slider, though it’s actually a twin to Sprint’s LG Remarq, right down to the stylish leaf-shaped speaker punched into the phone’s back cover and the Energy Star-rated charger. Interestingly, unlike the Remarq, MetroPCS isn’t billing...

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    LG Vu Plus Cell Phone Review

    When AT&T Mobile TV launched two years ago, the LG Vu was one of AT&T ‘s launch devices for the live mobile TV service. The Vu had a lovely 3-inch display, and it even had a pull-out antenna to further amplify its television reception. Still, the design was getting long in the...

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    Verizon Wireless LG EnV Touch Review

    The LG EnV Touch was a surprise to us. We thought all of the EnV line of phones would be in the style of the LG EnV VX9900, the LG EnV2, and the more recent LG EnV3.Those phones had numeric keypads on the front, with QWERTY keyboards behind their flip designs. But...

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    LG eXpo Cell Phone Review

    When you look at the LG eXpo, the first thought that comes to mind may be “c’mon, it’s just another Windows Mobile phone.” Yes, the device runs Windows Mobile (6.5, to be exact), but there are some welcome improvements to this device that make it a better unit than past Windows Mobile...

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