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Lenovo launches Smart TVs in China

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 08 May 2012 18:24

Lenovo launches Smart TVs in China Lenovo's K Series smart TVs are powered by Android 4.0 and new Qualcomm processor.
As part of its PC Plus strategy, Lenovo has launched its K-series Smart TV products in China. The PC-maker is looking to gain more ground in the global market for "PC Plus" devices, such as Smart TVs, smartphones, tablets and so forth.

"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," said Yang Yuanqing, Lenovo Group Chairman and CEO.

"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."

Lenovo is releasing four Lenovo Smart TV K-series devices ? the 55-inch screen K91 and K81 and the 42-inch screen K81 and K71 ? priced from RMB14,999 to RMB6,499. They are the first television products to adopt the Android 4.0 OS and a new Qualcomm dual core 1.5GHz CPU.

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