Use the power of your voice on LGs 2018 TVs. Mostly “smart” TVs have been defined by internet connectivity and a wide array of apps. LG, with its webOS platform, has been at the forefront of this, but this year, the company has focused more on making its TVs more intelligent thanks to its ‘ThinQ’ initiative, first integrating Google Assistant and now they are rolling out support for Amazon’s Alexa.
This means that all of LG’s 2018 OLED TVs and Super UHD TVs with ThinQ AI are now compatible with Alexa-enabled devices. This includes Amazon Echo, Echo Show, and Echo Plus. Users have the power to switch channels, change TV volume, browse available content and even initiate private YouTube streams in another room, all through the power of their voice. This is a great reason to get one of LG’s 2018 TVs all by itself.
Last month, LG announced that its current collection of ThinQ-branded appliances can take commands from both Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant. LG says its intelligent voice control systems are there to provide the most comfortable smart home experience, but sometimes it can be nice not to hunt down that lost remote too. This eliminates the need for that.