CHINESE HARDWARE VENDOR Lenovo has announced a TV powered by Google's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) at the consumer electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas.
The K91 Smart TV will come in 42in or 55in screen sizes with a number of technologies to attract consumers. Lenovo claims it is the first TV to run Android 4.0 ICS and will have "unlimited TV apps".
Behind the scenes it will have a Qualcomm 8050 1.5GHz dual-core processor backing a 240MHz in plane switching (IPS) LCD panel.
Lenovo has packed the K91 with technology starting with, love it or hate it, 3D. It will also have a webcam for facial recognition and child lock, natural voice control, social networking and four screen integration.
Accessories will include a remote control with a touchpad and a three axis game pad to use with the on-board "console quality" games.
Lenovo has also announced more laptops than we would have thought possible including an Ultrabook, plus a hybrid tablet to rival the Asus Transformer Prime called the Ideatab S2. µ
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