LG said it will be: "showcasing superior, clearer and smarter lineup of premium audio products that promises to change the way people think about home speakers." The range includes the PK series portable speaker complete with lights and the SK10Y soundbar.
Read our LG ThinQ Smart Speaker WK7 review.
Price and availability
We're told that the ThinQ Smart Speaker will be available to buy in April and although there's no pricing just yet, it's likely that the ThinQ speaker will be around a similar cost to rivals from the likes of Sony and Sonos.
They cost around £200 and we think this is about right for LG's entry.
Specs and features
LG hasn't gone into details about the specs of the ThinQ Smart Speaker but we do know some bits and pieces.
You can see what it looks like, unsurprisingly similar to others – a tall cylinder with touch controls on the top. As for the exact driver setup inside, we don't know, but we're guessing a dual-driver arrangement of a mid-range woofer and tweeter. LG promises "high-quality sound".
LG has teamed up with Google on the speaker so the ThinQ has the Google Assistant built-in for all the usual voice commands. You can play music by requesting it, change the volume, or simply ask Google questions etc.
However, the speaker is also an interface for other LG products – so you could ask the ThinQ speaker to switch on your LG air purifier.
LG has also stated that the device uses Meridian Audio technology and supports lossless High Resolution Audio.