LG unveiled a stylish wireless mediaplayer for TVs with the LG DP1 Art Cinema Wi-Fi in Korea.
The DNLA compatible device streams media over Ethernet or Wi-Fi to your TV.
The LG DP1 has an HDMI port to connect to your TV and of course supports HD video.
The LG DP1 supports Home theater DTS (Digital Theater System) and Dolby 5.1 channel via an optical digital audio output.
The LG Art Cinema device supports formats including MKV, H.264, Xvid, DivX video files such as flac, ogg, mp3, wma music files.
With the LG Art Cinema Wi-Fi users can also access LG's NetCast, Youtube and Google Picasa.
The LG DP1 sells for 160,000 won (~$135) in Korea.
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