LG Electronics took home a record number of awards from industry experts at consumer electronics show – CES in Las Vegas.
The consumer electronics giant scooped 150 awards for its home appliances, home entertainment and mobile communications.
It was presented Best of CES 2020 by Newsweek, and was honoured by USA Today/Reviewed.com with the CES Editors’ Choice Awards.
LG’s InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerator with Craft Ice, featuring a slow-melting Craft Ice dispenser, also was also presented with awards.
It received the CTA Mark of Excellence Award, CES Innovation Award and recognition from Women’s Health.
Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association, the CES show featured more than 4,500 companies, with expected attendance of around 175,000 visitors over the four days.
It has been established since 1967 with the first Consumer Electronics Show held in New York City.
Covering a variety of product categories, the show covers lifestyle, Smart Home, as well as Augmented and Virtual Reality.
Last year, the focus of the LG Electronics booth was the Smart Home and showcased how kitchen appliances could be integrated into it.