LG introduces world's first Netflix streaming TV

LG introduces world’s first Netflix streaming TV

LG logoLG Electronics was the first manufacturer to add Netflix streaming to a third party device, and now they’ve announced the world’s first Netflix enabled television.

The announcement came yesterday as a pre-CES press release. On display at the show will be a variety of LG HDTVs with Netflix streaming built in. There is no external set-top box, the display will be connected directly to the internet.

There will be four display sizes available: two LCDs at 42″ and 47″, and two plasmas at 50″ and 60″.

Source: USA Today

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