Sponsored Post: webOS LG Smart TV Is Obviously Simple Michael Kwan November 28, 2014 This whole time, I thought that OS stood for “operating system” and we’ve been led to believe that LG stood for “Life’s Good.” You could still go with those interpretations or you could pick up a new LG Smart TV that’s powered by webOS. In this case, the OS stands for “obviously simple.” It’s not that smart TVs are particularly novel at this point; it’s that the user experience up until now has left something to be desired. A new generation webOS-powered LG smart TV, on the other hand, has been designed to be easy to use, easy to enjoy and easy to connect. In the company’s own words, the idea here is that enjoying your LG smart TV is “less like work” and “more like fun.” You can use the voice-enabled Magic Remote to point and scroll your way through the on-screen menus, leveraging the webOS user interface with a “completely redesigned Launcher menu that beautifully pulls together all of your entertainment options.” Support for Miracast, NFC, WiDi, and MHL means it’s easy to get content from other devices onto the big screen too. For more information, have a look at the official website and pick up an awesome new LG smart TV for your family this holiday shopping season. And if you’re wondering, LG originally stood for Lucky-Goldstar since the current corporation is the result of their merger. Sponsored post Share This With The World!