LG Smart TV unveiled at CES 2011

LG Smart TV

As CES 2011 kick started in Las Vegas, a stream of announcements and product unveilings has gushed into the tech realm. Unfurling an assortment of advanced devices, LG Electronics has introduced its latest Smart TV range at the event. This offering has been crafted to dish out a series of premium online content and apps for a collection of full LED 3D, cinema 3DTM and Plasma 3D TVs from the electronic giant.

LG Smart TV has been designed to streamline the clutter of digital content for extending a unique viewing experience. It features a simple Home Dashboard which renders four precise options namely TV Live, Premium Content, TV Apps and Launcher Bar. To enhance these structured attributes, the company has packed the Magic Motion Remote Control that purges away the muddle of excessive buttons. With this controller, users will simply need to move the cursor and click the favored option.

“LG Smart TVs embody the most advanced technology on any internet-linked TVs, providing users with endless entertainment options,” remarked Havis Kwon, President and CEO of LG Home Entertainment Company. “By listening to our consumers, we’ve made Smart TV so easy and simple to use that every family member can experience the benefits of advanced TV technology today, not in the distant future.”

Thanks to its alliance with global providers such as Netflix and CinemaNow as well as select regional companies, this innovation delivers premium content for offering an enriching treat to viewers. Besides, consumers can derive maximum from the custom-made LG apps which stretch out a host of multimedia content including games and educational courses.

Embedded with LG’s Smart Share function, this system enables customers to wirelessly stream content from their computing system. This function makes it possible for users to choose their preferred viewing environment while the Media Link option tenders supplementary information about the content viewed. Its embedded web browser facilitates users to access the Internet without turning on their computing system. This feature is available on LG Smart TV models as well as LG Smart TV Upgrader.

LED, LCD and Plasma HDTV models including PZ750, PZ950, LK530, LV3700, LV5500, LW5600, LW9700, LW6500 and LW 9500 from the manufacturer’s collection are compatible with LG Smart TV. We’ve not yet heard about their official pricing and availability details.