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Transforms your TV into Smart TV with this LG set-top box

LG Smart TV Upgrader

With this LG Smart TV Upgrader (ST600) set-top box, you can easily transform your normal regular TV into a “Smart” TV. Through an Internet connection, the ST600 allows you to access premium content from global providers, as well as LG Apps that are designed for TVs.

LG will be unveiling the Smart TV Upgrader (ST600) at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, designed for consumers to transform their regular TVs into Smart TVs at an affordable price. The Upgrader gives users access to all of LG’s Smart TV functions including premium online content, Smart Share and the full range of LG Apps.

By connecting the ST600 to a regular TV set, users can access a vast range of premium content from global providers, as well as locally sourced shows and movies. The ST600 also connects users to the growing 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 superb 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.

The LG Smart TV Upgrader will roll-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
– Premium Content
– LG Apps
– Size: 11cm x 11cm

Source: Korea Newswire

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