LG WK7 ThinQ Smart Speaker review
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- Google Assistant
Tuned by British audio specialists and Dolby rival Meridian Audio, the LG ThinQ is one of the biggest launches onto the smart speaker scene. With Google Assistant built-in for hands-free voice control and Chromecast for multi-room to connect to other speakers, LG describes the ThinQ as an 'AI speaker with a truly exceptional sound experience'. See whether it delivers in our definitive review.
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- What's it like as a smart hub?
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