Wednesday, December 26, 2012

LG expand Google TV ranges

Consumer electronics giant LG Electronics is to make a major improvement to its Google TV selection, initiation seven models in five screen sizes throughout 2013. Even after two years' accessibility, the jury is efficiently still out on the Google TV proposal and the service's history to date has been determined by a general lack of necessary hardware as well as subject concerning forceful content.

A major drive by a CE firm of LG's position will be a enormous stimulus to Google TV and, to be reveal at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, the new line-up will include two model series - GA7900 and GA6400 - designed, claims LG, to deliver "an exceptionally perceptive user experience, different sizes and new design to better meet consumers' expectations."

The sets will also merge Google's latest podium and LG's redesigned Magic Qwerty Remote to augment the efficiency of voice search and the PrimeTime quick guide. A rationalized Home Dashboard offers rationalized access to premium video-on-demand (VOD) satisfied from HBO GO, YouTube and from Google apps. The console now offers 'cards' that act as folders to exhibit apps and other contented.

Connectivity options contain the capability to pair a YouTube app revise for Android, Smartphone and tablets with Google TV over the same home network via Wi-Fi. LG Google TV will also offer the OnLive app pre-installed, which change the TV into a gaming podium without the need for a divide comfort.

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