LG Electronics will debut its new line of Google TV 3.0 HDTV’s at CES 2013 with the help of seven new models. The company on Tuesday announced its new LG Google TV lineup, which includes GA7900 and GA6400 models.
The seven new models will include five new screen sizes that include 42-, 47-, 50-, 55-, and 60-inch class screens.
According to LG, the Google 3.0 HDTV’s will come equipped with LG’s newly redesigned Magic Qwerty Remote that can perform both Voice and PrimeTime quick guide searches. The TVs will also feature an updated Home Dashboard that allows users to add premium on-demand shows to their list. Among content available on the TVs will be HBO Go, YouTube, and more.
Speaking of his company’s offerings, Havis Kwon, President and CEO of the LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company, writes:
“LG is committed to providing diverse home entertainment options that offer the most satisfying user experience and the latest LG Smart TVs with Google TV do just that. They deliver a stellar user experience by merging the latest Google TV platform with LG’s proven Smart TV technology. The result is a comprehensive system that is groundbreaking in its simplicity.”
The redesigned Magic Qwerty Remote, which combines a complete keyboard with the convenient benefits of the Magic Remote’s point-and-click control promises to add a new level of navigation to the company’s offerings. According to LG, when matched with Google searches, voice functionality the HDTV’s can often find results with just a single voice command.
The new LG Smart TV lineup is capable of connecting wirelessly to a variety of devices. Once connected, the Smart TV’s can be paired with the newest YouTube app update for Android smartphones and tablets to create a seamlessly integrated platform over a users home Wi-Fi network.
LG is also offering the popular gaming platform OnLive as a pre-installed serviec that can turn a users TV into a gaming console without the need for a separate console.
To increase the efficiency of its Smart TV lineup, LG has thrown in a dual core CPU along with CINEMA 3D TV and Google TV’s FPR technology for 3D effects.
According to LG’s press release:
“The GA6400 series will be available in 42-, 47-, 50-, 55- and 60-inch class screen sizes (42.0-, 47.0-, 50.0-, 55.6- and 59.8-inch diagonals, respectively). LG applied its CINEMA SCREEN design to its 2013 premium GA7900 series (47- and 55-inch class screen sizes) to offer a sleek, modern look for discerning consumers who want the Google experience, but don’t want to sacrifice on aesthetics. This design further minimizes width of the bezel, giving the TV a streamlined appearance while creating the impression of a borderless display. Along with the LG Google TV’s unique stand design, it integrates perfectly with interior design of a living room.”
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