LG set to showcase two Google TV models at CES 2013
Posted on: 12:03 PM IST Dec 25, 2012
New Delhi: LG Electronics (LG) has announced that it will introduce an extended Google TV line-up at the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. LG claims that its new models, the GA7900 and the GA6400, will deliver an intuitive user experience at various sizes and new designs.
Google's latest platform and LG's redesigned Magic Remote Qwerty work together to improve the effectiveness of Voice Search and the PrimeTime quick guide. LG states that the updated Smart Home also adds to the user experience by offering access to VoD, YouTube and more apps. The premium model will incorporate LG's advanced Cinema Screen design for a sleek and modern finish.
The brand claims that the LG Google TV aims to redefine the user experience. The new Smart Home offers different types of "cards" that act as folders for apps and other content. The new My Interest Card can display useful information including real-time weather and customisable news.
The user interface can be navigated using the redesigned Magic Remote Qwerty, which combines a complete keyboard with the features of the Magic Remote's point-and-click control. The enhanced natural language recognition featured in the remote is a match with Google's search functionality. LG claims that the overall voice-based capabilities multiply the effectiveness of the PrimeTime quick guide to provide a good user experience and make browsing through the more than 100,000 available movies and TV episodes on LG Google TV easy.
LG Smart TV's dual core CPU enables easy menu navigation, fast Internet browsing and video streaming. LG claims that the additional processor power allows the TruPicture XD Engine to process images quickly, which results in richer colours, deeper contrast and greater overall picture clarity.
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