LG unveiled their Google TVs at CES 2012 in Las Vegas. Now, Reuters reports that LGâ€™s Google TVs will ship in the US from May 21 for $1699 (47â€ť) and $2299 (55â€ť).
LGâ€™s Google TVs from May 2012
LG is the first TV manufacturer to incorporate the new version Google TV into a TV, with the G2 line-up. And they will be hitting stores in the US soon.
LGâ€™s Google TV will be available in the US from May 21
At CES, LG unveiled a 47-inch 47G2 and 55-inch 55G2. Later, suggested retail prices of $1699 and $2299 were mentioned, and now Reuters has quoted a LG official as saying that LGâ€™s first Google TVs will ship out from May 21.
LGâ€™s Google TVs come with the new Google TV platform built into LGâ€™s Smart TV platform. Tv apps will be available from the Android Market, and a range of Google services will be available. LG has also developed a new QWERTY Magic Motion remote.
LGâ€™s Google TVs are already listed on Amazon US at significantly cheaper prices than the suggested prices. See 47G2 here and 55G2 here. Higher-end LG Google TVs are also expected later this year. See our CES article here and learn more about the new Google TV in our hands-on article here.
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