Consumer Reports, a leading non-profit magazine that publishes reviews and comparisons of consumer products, has stated that LG’s G2-series Google TVs performed well in their test labs. From the report posted last Friday:
LG’s G2-series LCD TVs are notable for being the first TVs we’ve tested with the revamped Google TV software(Google TV 2.0), which provides a more streamlined interface, more comprehensive search capability, and access to Google Play, the Android apps market. We tested a 55-inch set ($1,700) that uses the company’s passive 3D technology. It’s loaded with features, including an edge LED backlight, built-in Wi-Fi, and of course a full Web browser (Chrome) and access to online content, including streaming movies and TV shows from several services.
In case you missed our post from a couple days ago, both the 47-inch and 55-inch LG G2-series Google TVs are over 40% off at Amazon.com, priced at $999 and $1382 respectively. It’s not clear how long the sale will last, so if you’ve been eyeing one of these TVs you may want to take advantage of the amazing price drop while it still lasts.
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