At this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, LG
Electronics will be unveiling the Smart TV Upgrader (ST600) that
makes it easy for viewers to transform their regular TVs into Smart
TVs at an affordable price.
Embracing all the benefits of internet connectivity, the Upgrader
gives regular TV owners access to all of LG's Smart TV functions
including premium online content, Smart Share and the full range of
"The market for Smart TVs is set to take off this year, and the ST600
offers a perfect entry point," said Havis Kwon, President and CEO of
LG Home Entertainment Company. "With the LG Smart TV Upgrader, we're
taking the excitement and convenience of Smart TV and adding in LG's
trademark ease-of-use because we see a significant audience who are
interested but not interested enough to buy a whole new TV."
By connecting the ST600 to a regular TV set, users can access content
from global providers, as well as locally sourced shows and movies to
cater to different tastes around the world. The ST600 also connects
users to the LG Apps, which are custom designed for use on TVs and
offer everything from language classes to games.
LG makes the viewing experience more compelling still with its high
compatibility, which lets users simply and wirelessly transfer
content from their Digital Living Network Alliance(DLNA)-compatible
PCs and other compatible devices for viewing on the big screen.
LG?s Smart TV Upgrader will be unveiled at CES 2011 in Las Vegas and
rolled-out to TV owners in the second quarter of 2011.
Main CPU: BCM7615
DDR 384MB, 1GB Flash
LG Add-on Architecture + Web Browser
AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz
Wi-Fi, Ethernet, DLNA (DMP)
USB: 1EA (USB mouse, external storage)
Input Devices- Finger Touch RCU
Size: 11cm x 11cm