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By David Richards | Monday | 13/01/2014

LG Electronics who won five Smarthouse Awards in our 2014 Best Of The Best Awards has won an additional 35 Awards at the 2014 CES show.

They also won honors for its HomeChat communication system for smart appliances, EasyLoad Dryer Door, Lifeband Touch smartwatch, and Heart Rate Earphones. The company also won six awards for the 77-inch class Curved Ultra HD OLED TV-the most awards for a TV at CES 2014.

LG's home appliance wins at CES 2014:

Reviewed.com CES Editors' Choice Awards went to:
. HomeChat communication technology for smart, connected appliances
. LG EasyLoad Dryer Door, a two-way door system offering users the ability to use the door as a hamper-style door or a swing-door 

A CES Innovations award went to the Hom-Bot Vacuum in the Home Appliances category.

LG awards in the Eco-Design & Sustainable Technologies category included:
. Model LDE3037ST Electric Double-Oven Range
. Model WM8000HVA washer

LG's consumer electronic wins at CES 2014:
Reviewed.com CES Editors' Choice Awards went to:
. Curved Ultra HD OLED TV, model EC9800
. webOS Smart TV Platform
. SoundPlate, model LAB540W
. G Flex Smartphone

Digital Trends Best of CES 2014 awards:
. Best Home Theater Overall
. Best Home Theater (video): Curved Ultra HD OLED TV model EC9800
. Best Computing - LG Ultra PC

Popular Mechanics Editor's Choice awards:
. 49-inch class Ultra HD LED TV model UB8500
. G Flex Smartphone

Popular Science named the G Flex Smartphone one of the 12 Best Products from CES 2014.

Mashable named LG's 105-inch class Ultra HD LED TV model 105UC9 to the Top 10 of its Best Tech of CES 2014.

TechRadar's Best of CES 2014 Awards included the Best Fitness Tech award for the LG Lifeband Touch smartwatch, model HL84-B.

Ubergizmo Best of CES 2014 included the webOS Smart TV platform.

HD Guru Top Picks Awards included a Best OLED TV honor for the 77-inch Curved Ultra HD OLED TV.

TechnoBuffalo's Best of CES 2014 honored the LG 47-inch Transparent LCD Display.

Stuff.TV's 2014 CES Hot Stuff Awards included:
. Best Innovation of the Year: Flexible 77-inch class Curved OLED TV
. 77-inch class Curved Ultra HD OLED TV.
. Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones

CEA gave LG 15 CES Innovations awards, including Best of Innovations for the LG 77-inch class Curved Ultra HD OLED TV

Other CES Innovations awards:

. 105-inch class 105UC9 Ultra HD TV
. 65-inch 65UB9300 Ultra HD LED TV
. 55-inch class 55EA8800 Gallery OLED TV, for Video Displays
. 55-inch class 55UB9500 OLED TV for Digital Imaging
. webOS Smart TV platform for Software & Mobile Apps
. BP740 Smart 3D Blu-ray Player for Home Audio/Visual Components
. NP8740 Wireless Speaker for Home Audio/Visual Components
. 34-inch class 34UM95 UltraWide Monitor for Computer Peripherals
. 22-inch class 22CV241 Chromebase all-in-one PC for Computer Hardware & Components
. LG G2 superphone for Wireless Handsets.

LG awards in the Eco-Design & Sustainable Technologies category included the 55-inch class 55EC9300 Curved OLED TV.

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