CES 2011: LG Smart TV Upgrade Unveiled

Posted: Dec 30 2010, 8:59am CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2011: LG Smart TV Upgrade Unveiled
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LG box educates dumb TVs

If you are like most of us, the TV in your living room or bedroom isn't the smart variety. Smart TVs can access the web to give you access to all sorts of tech and offerings to enjoy. Many of the new TVs have internet capability but it's a hard sell to get most of us to buy a new set just to get web access when we already have smartphones and computers.

If you like the idea of a Smart TV an alternative for your exiting set has been unveiled by LG and will be shown off at CES. The device is a box called the ST600 that connects to your existing set and allows you to access all sorts of content from the web on your current set.

It has a BCM7615 CPU, 384MB of DDR RAM, 1GB of flash storage, and has integrated WiFi, Ethernet, and DLNA support. It even has a single USB port for a mouse or external storage. Pricing and availability should be announced at CES next month.

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