The Lenovo K91 is the World’s First Smart TV to Run Android 4.0 OS.
The CES 2012 is opening this week and the announcements are peaking. Lenovo unleashed today the world's first Android 4.0 Smart TV with the Lenovo K91. The Lenovo K91 is powered by QualComm’s 8060 Snapdragon dual core CPU. The K91's smart “Sandwich” UI unites three major smart TV functions, including Video On Demand (VOD), Internet applications and traditional TV programs.
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The online HD VOD is tailored to an individual consumer’s viewing history, and delivers the best picture and audio quality with 3D FPR technology delivering flicker-free video on a full HD IPS panel at 240hz with SRS TruSurround. Internet applications include thousands of choices from the Android Market and Lenovo Store, including console games. Additional smart TV features include voice control with natural language processing and speech recognition technology, allowing viewers to use voice commands to control the remote. Video interaction is even possible with the built-in 5MP webcam, which integrates face recognition technology for security benefits and advanced parental control. With cloud support, consumers can access their favorite songs and videos with ease, share files between the TV and their tablet, smartphone or PC, and even control the TV via tablet and smartphone.
The 55-inch Lenovo K91 smart TV is available immediately in China. Lenovo will be releasing these products worldwide at a later date.
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