Lenovo unveils 55-inch sensible TV

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Lenovo unveils 55-inch sensible TV

  • 2012-05-10 03:53:25
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News / LCD TVs Lenovo unveils 55-inch sensible TV
Fast-forward to 2012 and it's the age of the “smart TV,” a slim and stylish – and large – LED flat screen model connected to the net that allows viewers to download movies, play video games and Skype their relatives around the world.

Smart TVs are the foremost recent battleground for technology giants like Apple Inc, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Lenovo cluster Ltd, each of that's creating a shot to capture the eyeballs and wallets of shoppers hungry for content displayed at intervals the comfort of their home in 3D on a high-definition screen.

The latest entry at intervals the market was unveiled in Beijing by Lenovo on Tuesday, where the world’s second-largest laptop maker showcased its 55-inch K91 smart TVs to attendees who were reading Sina microblogs, collaborating in simulated tennis and watching the movie “Inception” on demo models.

The K-series is Lenovo’s first smart TV and thus the corporate determined to launch it on its home turf as a results of it said it'd be easier to barter content deals in China. “We been very busy this spring sowing seeds for the end of the day,” Lenovo’s CEO and chairman, Yang Yuanqing, said around the launch. “Lenovo not solely needs to be variety one laptop vendor, it conjointly needs to be a worldwide leader in providing web shopper devices.”

Lenovo plans to start selling its smart TV this month at electronics retailer Suning stores in nine cities: Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Nanjing, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Guangzhou and Shenzhen.The company is already selling a console which may be paired with the new smart TV. The company’s Eedoo unit in April launched the CT510 console that will compete with Microsoft Inc’s XBox Kinect and Sony Corp’s Play station.

However, Lenovo said its CT510 device is primarily an exercise and entertainment device since sales of so-called gaming consoles are banned in China. Lenovo’s shares fell four.2 p.c on Tuesday, underperforming the foremost droop Seng Index’s zero.4 per cent loss.
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