Pros chrome web browser, google system combined, magic remote with qwert keyboard
Cons the keyboard is small
Summary I confess, I haven't got a G2 yet, but it's already in my wishlist for a long time. I have been searching information about this TV a lot. This site, the editor's review make me feel suspicious. After reading a few of LG TV reviews, I had my conclusion. Cnet's editors are definitely not a LG fan.
In the review video, he said the picture quality is a disappointment. All the shallow black level thing, blah blah just sounds not cool at all.
However in gadget review, it says "Because of the size of the display and the LG's inherent brightness, the loss of resolution that results from polarized 3D viewing wasn't onerous at all — in fact it looked highly detailed during my tests"
I am just a user-to-be. I wish other people like me can get the right information.
"It's not bad"on by blackmail2012
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Summary I think LG and Google did it perfectly. Well, as the owner I do feel the benefits from both sides. I get passive 3D glasses, chrome browser and all google certified softwares. From the first min I got it to now, i think the only world I can describe it should be convenience.
The sound could be better though. It's better to hook up with the speakers, then the 3D sound zooming feature can be excuted thoroughly.
Pros cool UI, realistic image quality and nice design
Cons It's hard to adjust the brightness with the remote
Summary My brother told me that LG's coming out with a Google TV so I had to check it out. I wasn't planning on buying a TV this soon but when I saw it, I just had to.. My mom was pretty mad but whatever, she'll grow to love it.
Pros Google Apps, passive 3D, design
Cons using the QWERTY remote at first can be a bit challenging but it's just like when we initially got our first smartphone and typed on its keyboard. And it does feel good in hand.
Summary Am I the only one who knows that this LG TV is the first ever 3D capable Google Smart TV?
Aside from being the first, this has the best Internet and the best Google experience. It has everything except for one tiny detail. The keyboard included does not have backlight. But i can live with that.
I use Chrome Browser to check emails in my Gmail inbox, find the Greek restaurant closest to my place through Google Maps, and look for interesting articles and reviews by CNET editors. I'm surprised that almost all the things that I can do with my computer and smartphone can be also done with my TV.
For a TV way cheaper than the new 17" Macbook Pro, the extra buck that i spent on this piece of great innovation was all worth it.
Pros Self-help "Wizard" screens
Customize 3D depth
Cons Keyboard buttons are tiny