Sweden-based company “People of Lava” have just announced the launch of what they claim is the world's first interactive Internet TV. “Scandinavia” (that's the name of the TV) will be out in stores this September. This television runs on the Android OS and is capable of full-HD. It has an LED screen between 42” and 55” and has the functionality of a smartphone.
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That's right; People of Lava cut out the middle-man and created a television that acts as its own media box. Out of the box, this awesome gadget will be able to pull up YouTube, Google Maps, an Internet browser, or any other widget you could think of for a smartphone. It can download apps from the App Market and an upcoming PoL app store, as well as connect you to social media. Oh, and it has a USB port.
A TV this cool doesn't come cheap. This Android-HDTV will set you back between $2,000 and $2,500, and that's for the 42” version!