After lenovo's announcement at CES 2012 to bring new range of smart TVs, now it has unleashed the full K-series of Smart TVs in China which runs on Android 4.0.
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Lenovo announced in January at CES 2012 that they are going to bring a new range of smart TVs powered by Android 4.0 – the Lenovo K Series. Recently, Lenovo has unleashed four K-series Smart TVs running Android 4.0. And guess what? They have unleashed those in China.


The Lenovo K91 is a 55 inch smart TV which is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and comes with Android 4.0. The Lenovo K91 features 240Hz Full HD 3D IPS display, built in 5 megapixel camera, 8GB built in storage, SRS TruSurround sound system and 1GB of RAM. The K81 model has both 55 inch and 45 inch display. K71 has 45 inch display.

Lenovo Group Chairman and CEO Yang Yuanqing said, “While we continue to strengthen our position in the PC industry, we are also further expanding into the field of Internet devices, with innovative smart phones and tablets, and today, smart TVs. As a global leader in the PC industry, our customers look to us to provide new technologies, and as we drive further into the PC­­-Plus era, we will continue to introduce new products worldwide. The PC-Plus era is a great opportunity for our customers and Lenovo intends to remain out in front, leading as always with exciting new products.”

The price of these smart TVs are from 6,499 RMB to 14,999 RMB (about $1030 to $2370 respectively).

Source : Lenovo

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