LG 43UQ9000PUD is equipped with the 2022 version of LG’s proprietary webOS smart interface. The UI is quick and simple to use, and the latest version also supports user profiles, allowing you to personalize the home page for each user. LG refers to this as version 22, a departure from the old versioning method.
VOICE CONTROL: Control your TV and connected devices with your voice, thanks to built-in support for Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple AirPlay, HomeKit, and many more.
a5 GEN5 AI PROCESSOR 4K: LG 43UQ9000PUD smart TV comes with AI technology to improve your image and sound with the a5 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K.
WebOS: Personalize your watching experience for each member of your family with individual accounts and tailored suggestions.
ULTIMATE STREAMING: Get to your favorite shows quickly with built-in access to Netflix, Prime Video, the Apple TV app, Disney+, HBO Max, and immediate access to over 300+ free LG Channels covering everything from comedy to movies to sports.
MAGIC REMOTE: Use the LG Magic Remote to quickly point, click, scroll, or use voice control to discover your favorite entertainment.
GAME OPTIMIZER: Get the most out of your gaming experience by easily altering all of your game settings in one place.
My Honest LG 43UQ9000PUD Smart TV Review
I’ve been using this size for desktop apps for years, and this is simply the most recent version. I like the 43in size for productivity since it allows me to have four good-sized windows open at once and rapidly switch between them. I was apprehensive that my potato of a work given laptop wouldn’t be able to operate the 4k screen (and the provided docking station wouldn’t either), but with little effort, I was able to link up a thunderbolt dock and be set for the full 4k 60p. I understand that this size is not for everyone, but I looked at a lot of various alternatives and even had the 49″ ultra wide in my basket at one point, but the pricing of this is unbeatable. You could spend $1000 on an ultrawide or you could purchase this for less than $400, it’s difficult to make any other choice.
Now let’s have a look at how it appears. It’s not the most vibrant or deepest of hues, but it’s ideal for office work in my opinion. I also have the new 42″ oled for home use, and there is no comparison. The oled outperforms this in every parameter, but it is roughly three times the price, so it is better. My only genuine complaint about LG 43UQ9000PUD screens is that the edges get a little mushy at arms length. This is not a deal breaker, but you will sometimes find yourself moving to locate the close button in the far right corner. A little bend to the panel might fix this, but that is a pipe dream. Overall, LG UQ9000 Series Smart TV is a five-star product for the price, and I cannot suggest it highly enough for strong users that want a little additional room.
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