LG Brings an New Innovative LED TVs that Double up as a Mosquito Repellant


LG Mosquito Away LED TV

Televisions are getting smarter, but are they getting more useful? Probably not. There is not much innovation these days as technology reaches stagnation. However, LG seems to have launched a television that does more than what a smart TV would do.

The South Korean multinational has launched 32-inch and 42-inch smart televisions that act as a mosquito repellant. Called ‘Mosquito Away’ technology, the ultrasonic waves drive away the mosquitoes without causing any harm to the residents of the house.

The smaller model is priced at Rs. 26,900, while the larger one has been priced at Rs. 47,500. The prices seem to be very LG-like, slightly on the higher side but there is market for such technology as well.

“The LG Mosquito Away TV, developed as per the Indian insights by consumers, is equipped with an Ultra Sonic device which once activated, uses the sound wave technology and makes mosquitoes fly away without emitting any harmful radiations,” the company said in a statement.

This comes at a time monsoon is in full swing in India and mosquitoes have started pestering the denizens of large and small cities. LG claims no harmful chemicals are used, it is odour free and the waves emitted are not hazardous to the TV viewers, unlike traditional mosquito repellants.

The best part about the television is that, it does not need to be turned on to have the mosquito repelling technology working, so at night also the technology will keep working while you sleep well.

Specifications of the TV –

  • 32-inch and 42-inch IPS slim LED displays
  • 20W Powerful sound from Dolby Digital
  • Built-in LG games, regional language options
  • Lightening protection, summer heat protection, humidity and dust protection
  • Bollywood mode and cricket mode for giving you the best video and audio experience
  • Smart energy saving, USB-ready

The television is not a bad choice for purchasing a decent 32-inch LED television right now, considering it acts as a mosquito repellant that does not harm you or your surroundings like conventional repellents.

The television is available on popular online as well as offline stores, so go grab it before the monsoons get over and mosquito diseases get to you.

1 Comment
  1. Saurabh says

    There is no electronic technology that can repel mosquitoes. It is a marketing gimmick by LG. An ultrasonic mosquito or pest repellant is available for less than 500. All such products have poor rating on ecom websites.

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