LG to Unveil New Minimalist-Design Appliances at CES 2023Open share list

LG Electronics (LG) is set to introduce a new line of minimalist-design appliances, including a washer and dryer, at CES 2023. Taking a ‘back to basics’ approach, the new range focuses on the essence of each appliance, removing all unnecessary design elements to deliver a timeless, minimalist aesthetic. The distinctive, durable products also reflect LG’s strong commitment to sustainability, featuring recycled materials inside and out and requiring fewer parts and less energy to make than conventional appliances.

Refreshingly unadorned, LG’s minimalist appliances match with any kind of décor, color scheme or interior trend. The lineup’s achromatic color palette and lack of decorative embellishment offers a modern yet classic look that allows the products to blend in seamlessly with their surroundings. In addition to a clean, simple design language, LG’s appliances boast an elegantly clear control experience that users will find effortlessly easy to get to grips with.

Aligned with LG’s goal to continuously reduce environmental impact across all areas of operations, the stylish, new products have been designed with sustainability in mind. By lowering the number of components and printed elements used, LG’s minimalist-design appliances take less time, use fewer resources and require less energy to manufacture. Each model in the new range also features internal and external parts – and ships in packaging – made from recyclable materials.

The new range, which includes a refrigerator, washing machine, dryer, oven range and dishwasher, is also a part of LG’s innovative upgradable appliance lineup, meaning users can add new features to the products via the Upgrade Center in the LG ThinQ™ app.

“Sustainable, stylish and simple to use, our minimalist-design appliances deliver new customer value,” said Lyu Jae-cheol, president of LG Electronics Home Appliance & Air Solution Company. “We will continue to provide advanced, thoughtfully-designed solutions incorporating our innovative technologies and reflecting our commitment to environmental responsibility.”

Visitors to LG’s booth (#15501, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas) at CES 2023 from January 5-8 can experience all of the company’s latest innovations, including the new minimalist-design appliance lineup

Tesla to debut at IFA 2022 with QLED TVs, robot vacuums and more

From its premium series of white goods and immersive QLED TVs, to portable personal air purifiers and robot vacuum cleaners, Tesla’s IFA 2022 booth is packed with interactive exhibits showcasing how technology is not reserved for a privileged minority, but a part of everyone’s everyday life.
At the world’s most significant trade show for consumer and home electronics, the company will have 220 m² of space to showcase its latest products, and to create exclusive, fun experiences for all those who visit the stand.

Tesla air conditioning innovations in 2022
With record high temperatures this summer, investing in air conditioning is a priority for an increasing number of consumers. Tesla produces air conditioning devices with a range of beneficial features, from offering fresh and clean air, to excellent performance, low energy consumption, fast cooling, superior self-cleaning and environmental protection.

Tesla’s air conditioners are also characterised by a modern, elegant yet simplistic look, which makes them a great fit for any interior no matter the design.Dynamic new SDA line
Sometimes small things make a huge difference and in Tesla’s case, this refers to small domestic appliances (SDA). One of the most important additions to the company’s portfolio this year, Tesla SDA assortment, is a whole new palette of efficient and stylish devices, created to respond to new market demands and fulfill all of the modern household’s needs.

Silent and sweat-free cleaning technology
The company’s booth aims to be one of the cleanest at IFA 2022, with a whole new lineup of vacuum cleaners on display. Tesla has muffled the sound output on its extremely quiet devices, but with no performance loss. With an antibacterial, washable HEPA (high-efficiency particulate absorbing) filter, these vacuum cleaners help capture fine dust particles, so every part of the home can be efficiently cleaned.

When it comes to automated cleaning, Tesla’s robots feature innovative laser technology, which scans and maps its surrounding environment in order to create a personalised cleaning plan, making housework easier than ever.

Developed by Comtrade Distribution, a company based in Belgrade, Serbia, Tesla is one of the fastest-growing brands in the regional household appliance market. Its mission is to develop and offer technology that caters to consumers’ needs, makes their lives easier and more fun, as well as ensures more efficient and simpler everyday living.

Its portfolio covers almost all bases when it comes to consumer electronics, including TVs, modern laundry machines, dishwashers, cookers, ovens, cooktops, hoods, air conditioners, air purifiers and small domestic appliancesTesla will also showcase a whole new experience of laundry washing and drying at IFA 2022, with Tesla Onyx series. (Photo: ©Tesla)
Tesla will also showcase a whole new experience of washing and drying laundry with the Tesla Onyx series. Under the slogan of its main characteristics “Clean and safe” and “Steam care”, Tesla will present features of Hygiene Pro system for expert laundry cleaning.

Siemens New iQ700 washing machine and dryer New iQ700 washing machine and dryer

10 kg appliances with energy efficiency class A.
Connected i-Dos precision dosing system that saves detergent and water
With detergentScan in the Home Connect app, i-Dos adjusts precisely to the detergent used
Additional option for quickly freshening up wrinkled clothes
New Mini Load option for fast, water- and energy-saving cleaning of small laundry batches
iQ700 dryer now with varioSpeed

Laundry… global market growth continues

According to the Business Research company, the global household laundry equipment market size is expected to grow from $101.43 billion (€96.76bn) in 2021 to $110.84 billion (€105.74bn) in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.3%.
The growth in the market is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The household laundry market is expected to reach $150.93 billion (€143.94bn) in 2026 at a CAGR of 8.0%.

Rapid urbanisation is expected to contribute to the growth of the household laundry equipment in the forecast period. Globally, the percentage of population living in urban areas is expected to increase from 56.2% in 2020 and reach 68% by 2050. The growth in the urban population coupled with the rise in disposable incomes and affordability among residents of cities will drive the demand for household laundry equipment.

Increasing demand for online on demand laundry services is expected to restrain the market for household laundry equipment in the forecast period. The on-demand laundry services market is expected to be aided by stable economic growth forecast in many developed and developing countries.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) predicts that the global real GDP growth will be 3.7% over 2019 and 2020, and 3.6% from 2021 to 2023. Additionally, emerging markets are expected to continue to grow slightly faster than the developed markets in the forecast period. For instance, China is forecast to register GDP growth of 6.2% in 2019.

Stable economic growth, increasing internet penetration, and rising disposable income coupled with hectic lifestyle of individuals will lead to an increase in on demand laundry services, thereby limiting the growth of the market for household washing machines.

Household laundry equipment manufacturers are increasingly producing energy-efficient products to reduce carbon footprint and enable energy savings for the consumers. The rise of energy-efficient appliances can be attributed to the stringent government regulations on electric home appliances and advances in technology. Energy efficient appliances are designed to utilise minimum energy to complete the required task.Currently, over 80 countries have standards and labels for energy efficient appliances. For example, in the USA, ENERGY STAR certified washing machines use 25% less energy and 33% less water than a standard washing machine.

Major players in the household laundry equipment market are LG Electronics, Whirlpool Corporation, Haier Corporation, Electrolux AB, Panasonic Corporation, BSH Home Appliances Group, Haier Group Corporation, Miele, Siemens AG, Toshiba Corporation, and General Electric Company.

Asia Pacific was the largest region in the household laundry equipment market in 2021. Western Europe was the second-largest region in the household laundry equipment market. The regions covered in the household laundry equipment market are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.

Smart washing machines: APAC has lion’s share
Asia-Pacific has the largest smart washing machine market share globally, accounting for a whopping 59% of the total in 2021. It was followed by Western Europe, and then the other regions. Going forward, the fastest-growing regions in the smart washing machines market will be Africa and the Middle East where growth will be at CAGRs of 14.8% and 10.8% respectively. These will be followed by South America and North America. global smart washing machine market size is expected grow from $14.87 billion (€14.9bn) in 2021 to $15.93 billion (€15.2bn) in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1%.

The growth in the market is mainly due to the companies resuming their operations and adapting to the new normal while recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The smart washing machine market is expected to reach $20.83 billion (€19.87bn) in 2026 at a CAGR of 6.9%.

Smart Washing Machine Market Trends Hinge On Adoption Of Advanced Technologies

Companies in the smart washing machines market are investing in Wi-Fi technology in order to increase processing speed.


Companies in the smart washing machines market are investing in voice-enabled washing machines for market growth.

Internet of Things

Companies in the washing machines market are investing in IoT technologies in washing machines to offer customized solutions. IoT-enabled devices are embedded with sensors, internet connectivity, and other hardware that allows communication via the web.Companies in the smart washing machines market are investing significantly in AI technology. AI can identify data types, find possible connections among datasets, and recognize knowledge using natural language processing. Users will be able to use their smartphones or voice assistants to control these AI powered washing machines.

The global smart washing machines market is highly fragmented, with a large number of players. The top ten competitors in the market made up to 38.6% of the total market in 2021. Haier Smart Home Co., Ltd. was the largest competitor with 9.36% share of the market, followed by LG Electronics, Whirlpool Corporation, AB Electrolux, Panasonic Corporation, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, Arcelik A.S., Xiaomi Corporation, Robert Bosch GmbH, and Miele.

Toshiba intelligent washer-dryer

Toshiba Washer Dryer 11.0/7.0 Kg 1400 Rpm is equipped with the intelligent Sensedry technology that allows the machine automatically stops the drying process by sensing the humidity level and protects clothes from over-drying. The Toshiba’s Real Inverter motor is designed to create a higher efficiency, reduce noise levels and reduce energy consumption. The motor efficiency surge can provide up to 80% less energy consumption and 11.4% lower noise levels.

The company’s washer dryer also features the GreatWaves, a system that uses an s-type paddle, crystal inner drum, larger drum diameter and intuitive machine control to deliver meticulous and innovative actions: the technology generates an effective washing action to break and remove stubborn stains while maintaining the quality of your fabric.

Moreover, the Toshiba’s ColorAlive technology protects fabrics and preserves their colors, reducing discoloration by 39% and deformation by 45%, as well as saving up power by 70%. Finally, Cyclone Mix, an inbuilt detergent mixer that dissolves detergents with water and dispenses a fine particle mix into the wash cycle, improves the wash performance by up to 20%

Haier presents major NEW items across Refrigeration and Laundry

The show by Jim McEwan, COO of Haier UK and Ireland, Milo Cheney, Product Manager for refrigeration and Ben Peach, Product Manager for Laundry, exhibited the associated home developments and the dispatch of new items that influence the qualities and unmistakable attributes of the Haier brand.

The launch of another cutting edge cooler today adds to Haier’s always developing cooling range. The FD 83 SERIES 7 with water container, that offers altered availability, custom-made to your necessities, by means of Wi-Fi and controlled by the hOn application. This dazzling NEW item includes ergonomic plan, premium arrangements and astonishing customized innovation. A French Door cooler that acquires every one of Haier’s endeavors cooling innovation advancement to the greatest level with the most up to date and selective availability highlights. On account of the hOn App, you have complete authority over your cooler capacities by cell phone. A savvy and altered approach to fulfill your necessities whenever. It additionally includes a creative water distributor, for new and separated water without fail.

Besides, there is the presentation of the NEW I-Pro Series 5 (959 Series) whichconsists of a clothes washer and washer dryer for proficient outcomes in your home. Everything begins with stacking, made simpler by the enormous limit which is even accessible with the thin machines. With regards to washing, a full arrangement of committed projects guarantees prevalent cleaning, drying and disinfecting for your clothing. This is fueled by the protected Direct Motion Motor innovation that is worked to last and ensured forever. Accessible inWhite and Graphite and associated with the hOn App – an entire universe of availability anticipates you.

Haier needs to proceed with the improvement procedure that has driven it to be at the highest point of the Euromonitor positioning of domestic devices makers for 12 continuous years*, and to be quickest developing organization in Europe.

“We are truly amped up for the Company vision and item improvement for the future” Jim McEwan, COO of Haier UK and Ireland, said. The hOn application and wifi network, Advanced Technological Innovations, Superior Design and Tailor-Made Solutions that Haier offers, in addition to the NEW inherent reach coming in the second 50% of this current year, gives us an extraordinary stage for working for the future and accomplishing our vision to be the First Consumer Choice for the Smart Home” he added

Siemens appliances in 3D

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Electrolux study on current laundry practices

The Truth About Laundry” (European study on Electrolux laundry habits  , with 12,000 adults surveyed), despite being encouraged to wash clothes at 30 ° C or below for over a decade, nearly two-thirds of Europeans (63%) still washed at 40 ° C or above. As part of its “Better Living” program, Electrolux has bold sustainability goals in apparel care with the goal of making clothes last twice as long with half the environmental impact by 2030. To help To achieve these goals, the survey was conducted to understand current attitudes and behaviors when it comes to how people care for their clothes and to what extent people view the environment. The survey finds that laundry habits are out of step with climate problems and modern capacities. Nearly six in ten people (59%) are more or less on autopilot when it comes to washing clothes, claiming to do laundry the way previous generations have taught them. The report includes a detailed analysis to show that reducing the washing temperature from 40 ° C to 30 ° C would save over 27 kg of CO2 equivalent, per family, per year. Across Europe, this would amount to an equivalent saving of 4.9 million tonnes of CO2, equivalent to removing more than one million cars from the road. If 15% of households across Europe who regularly wash their clothes at 50 ° C or more also change, the equivalent total CO 2 savingsit could reach 6 million tons per year. When it comes to wash temperatures, sex seems to play a role, but it’s not as significant as the influence of age. Women, for example, are more likely to wash at 40 ° C than men (50% vs 45%) and men are more likely to wash at 60 ° C (13% vs 8%). However, across Europe, 45% of adults between the ages of 18 and 34 wash their clothes at 30 ° C compared to only 31% of 45-54 years and only 28% of 55+ years. As for the main reasons why more people do not choose to wash at lower temperatures, nearly half (47%) said they are unsure whether their laundry would be clean. 39% expressed particular concerns about a colder wash’s ability to remove stains and 21% said it was purely out of habit. Habitual laundry practices could also explain why over half of all adults (53%) are unaware of a link between washing at higher temperatures and lasting longer. The reason this is important, according to the research, is that the key to changing laundry habits for the good of the planet may lie in turning the conversation towards fashion

Samsung &LG new products

South Korea’s two tech giants — Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics Inc. — on Friday said they will release new home appliance products in Europe to boost sales in the region amid the pandemic.

Samsung said it will begin launching a new laundry appliance with upgraded artificial intelligence (AI) solutions and a new refrigerator highlighting customization features in major European markets, such as Britain, France and Germany, late this month.

The WW9800T washer cuts washing time by up to 50 percent and energy usage by 20 percent compared with its previous models, according to Samsung. Its latest washing machine also comes with EcoBubble technology, which maximizes the effectiveness of detergent by turning it into soft bubbles and allows for faster penetration into fabrics, Samsung said.

With its AI Control technology, Samsung said its new washer can automatically suggest the optimal wash cycle.

“AI Control eliminates the need for users to scroll through cycles to find the right one, or to input their individualized settings each time,” it said. “The AI Wash feature uses sensors to detect the laundry load’s weight and soilage, to determine the optimal amount of water and detergent to dispense.”

Samsung’s new RB7300 refrigerator will make its debut in Europe. The bottom-mount freezer (BMF) refrigerator boasts thinner interior walls, offering a larger internal capacity of 385 liters, 18 liters larger than the previous model, the company said.

Samsung’s Bespoke refrigerator range will also make its first appearance for European consumers. The product will be first sold in Nordic countries in October and will be available in other European nations over the next year.

The Bespoke refrigerator is built under the company’s Project Prism, which aims to reflect consumers’ lifestyles and allows them to personalize the materials, colors, shapes and designs of the products. The refrigerator has already been launched in other nations, including South Korea and China.

Samsung said its latest refrigerators and laundry lineup will be further explained at its “Life Unstoppable” virtual event Wednesday. The company will host the online event as a replacement for IFA 2020, Europe’s largest tech expo, which it decided to skip due to the pandemic.

LG said three new refrigerator models highlighting better hygienic and AI features will hit the shelves in Europe. Starting with Sweden next month, the refrigerators will be launched in more than 20 European countries by the first half of the next year, according to the company.

LG said its InstaView Door-in-Door refrigerator with UVnano utilizes ultraviolet LED light technology and can disinfect the water dispenser outlets once every hour to remove up to 99.9 percent of bacteria and germs.

The 569-liter refrigerator is also equipped with advanced technologies that can minimize temperature fluctuations and make entire fridge space cooler by distributing airflow from strategically placed vents, LG said. Its ice maker located in the freezer drawer can produce two-inch spherical ice balls.

LG’s updated Fridge and Freezer pair is comprised of a 386-liter fridge and a 324-liter freezer. They can be purchased separately, but consumers can buy both of them and connect them to look like a single refrigerator.

“They are designed to fit easily into standard kitchen cabinetry for a clean, minimalist look,” LG said. “Their flat door design and zero-clearance hinges are ideal for installing right next to a wall for a seamless, built-in appearance.”

Its latest InstaView ThinQ refrigerator boasts a consumer-centric AI platform, LG said.

Any food item placed inside or removed from the refrigerator is automatically tracked via its advanced vision recognition technology, LG said. The company’s AI technology also allows the refrigerator to offer meal suggestions after analyzing food items in the fridge and even inform other home appliances what to do.

“It can set a connected oven to the right cooking temperature based on the recipe and even choose the optimal wash cycle for the dishwasher based on the meal,” LG said.

Hisense washers and dryers awarded at the Reddot Design Awards 2019

The Hisense brand has been awarded for the disruptive design of its new range of appliances. The Reddot Design Awards, one of the most important awards in the industry, have rewarded the company for its quality and excellent work in imagining the style and forms of future technology.

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Washing Machine Hisense WFGS1016VM A +++ (-20%)

One of the main objectives of Hisense is to offer great possibilities to completely revolutionize the aesthetic beauty of the home of each of its users. Through technological and creative development, the company is committed to overcoming the borders of style thanks to a new offer adapted to the needs of all types of families and situations.

For that reason, some of the brand’s products have been valued by the Reddot awards, one of the most prestigious international competitions in the design industry. These awards give designers, organizations and companies like Hisense the opportunity to demonstrate their creative potential when it comes to thinking and presenting a concept, an identity brand, or a communicative strategy.

Among the appliances awarded with the Reddot Design Awards in 2019, are the Hisense washers and dryers. Thanks to the latest technological advances applied to cleaning and drying, this new generation of products seeks to completely transform the treatment of garments.

Hisense washing machines

Hisense, responsible for the environment and the quality of life of its users, offers two washing machines awarded by Reddot and with an energy classification A +++ (-20%). These new models of washing machines provide great benefits to the user, such as Inverter technology, which saves energy, has a much lower sound level and extends the life of household appliances. In addition, several of its models have in turn Steam Plus, which allows the treatment of clothing by steam, or programs such as Ion Wash 59 ‘, which allow washing up to 10 kg in just 59 minutes.

Among the Hisense washing machines that have received this award are: WFGS1016VM A +++ (-20%), WFGS9014V A +++ (-20%), WFGA9014V A +++ (-20%) and WFGA8014V A +++ (-10%).

Hisense dryers

The DHGS90M A ++ and DHGA90 A ++ dryer models offer great energy savings thanks to a class A ++ energy efficiency. The first has a steam function and capacity for up to 9 kg of clothes. According to the brand, its sophisticated and efficient heat pump can dry at lower temperatures taking better care of the garments. In addition, its Ion Gen function offers drying with ionized air that reduces unpleasant odors, helps stretch natural fibers and thus eliminates wrinkles. Both models have also been awarded at the Reddot Design Awards 2019 for their design and functionality.