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Friday, 06 January 2012 10:51

LG shows off first Google TV

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LG has unveiled its first smart TV based on the new Google TV platform. The TV will be featured at CES next week and it is set to launch later in the year.

The TV uses an ARM chipset and a customized version of Google’s Android operating system, based on Honeycomb. It also ships with qwerty remote and features voice control, so for the first time in history, yelling at news readers will actually make sense.

There is no word on exact specs just yet, but the TV features a 3D conversion engine and supports multitasking. Given the capabilities of new ARM chips, we have no doubt that it will be fully capable of handling 1080p and running a decent browser on the side.

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