Android-based FullHD LED TV has been announced

Scandinavia  Android-powered (PAL, DVB-T) HDTV

Swedish company recently announced its new series of FullHD LED TVs based on Android platform. It’s named Scandinavia. It’ll include a 42″, 47″ and 55″ models equiped with LAN and USB connection. The TVs will have YouTube, Google Maps, Weather, Time, Calendar, Internet Browser out of the box. The set of applications can be extended by installing new ones from the Android App Store. That possibility together with reasonable price – €2000 – €2500 for 42″ can make Scandinavia very popular. Let’s see what the big producers of AV equipment will do. I suspect that they won’t will wait for September when Android TVs from Sweden will be available for buying.

[via eHomeUpgrade]

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    1. LED TV Prices, 4. August 2010, 1:36

      Sounds and looks fab!

      Hopefully there'll be some sort of integration with other Android devices. Being able to use my phone as a remote control would be a great feature, as would being able to stream music and videos from Android devices.

  • Gisela Hogains, 25. December 2011, 11:32

    You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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