LG roll out a new range of Smart TVs ahead of CES

By Jayita, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, January 4, 2011

lgIt’s evident from the CES line up that LG is determined to bring better and smarter quality TV to all its consumers. None less than 10 new TVs including the LK530, LV3700, LV5500, LW5600, LW6500, LW7700, LW9500, LW9700, PZ750 and PZ950 are unveiled by LG at CES. Most of them are LED, LCD and PDP as well as 2D and 2D/3D TVs.

The unique thing about these TVs are they connect you with Desktop like web browser and online VOD services like Netflix or CinemaNow services. The key technology behind is uncluttered Home Dashboard. The technology enable you to easily connect your TV to external devices like DLNA ones or even your average HDD to let you access all kind of media stored in it. Social media networking is also at your ease since it connects to Facebook, Twitter, NetCast.

The leaked picture of LW9500 looks stunning and I found the Magic Motion remote control of LW9500, which enables cursor-based navigation through the Home Dashboard interface very interesting.

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