If you buy any of LG’s latest HDTVs, you’re pretty much assured it’ll have a big sticker saying “Smart TV” somewhere along its fascia assuring you of its internet connectivity and compatibility. But, if you’re still rocking some old school piece of visual tech that isn’t yet past its “watch by” date, you’ll be needing a set-top box of some kind to get on the web without leaving your couch. Naturally, LG would like to be the one to Smarten up your viewing habits there too, and so it’s just unveiled its new ST600 sidekick for older television sets. It adds DLNA connectivity for some wireless media transfer fun, grants access to a “vast range” of premium content as well as local programming, throws in a web browser, and finishes things off with LG’s TV Apps selection. Of course, this is the week of the pre-CES announcement, hence we’ve no pricing to share yet, but the way the company’s talking about it, the ST600 sounds like it might make an aggressive MSRP its standout feature. Sadly, that’s a bit of a distant hope for now as this Upgrader isn’t expected in shops until Q2 2011. Who knows if we’ll even be watching TV by that time?
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