Lenovo launches 42-inch Smart TV in China

Lenovo is almost ready to launch a new Smart TV line under the K71 series number in China – the TV sets will be ready for pre-order starting April 10 and they may also be available in other parts of the world later on.

The new K71 Smart TVs are rather unusual – they are powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and allow you to run multiple applications and they even recognize voice commands. This is made possible by the built-in 1.5 GHz dual-core processor. In addition three of the K71 models feature flicker-free 3D capability, plus a gaming remote control.

Lenovo K71 Smart TV

Lenovo will start taking preorders for the K71 on April 10 with shipments starting at the end of the month. The first model to be shipped – the 42-inch K71 Smart TV will cost around 6500 yuan, which is around 1030 USD.


Source: Gadgetshift

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