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LGs first webOS based TVs become available in the US

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LG has released its first televisions with webOS in the United States. The cheapest model, a 42″ TV is available at $649. LG acquired webOS from HP last year after HP bought webOS developer and smartphone manufacturer Palm. The TVs are for sale at several U.S. online retailers and are all of the LG LB6300 series with different screen sizes.

 

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WebOS is an operating system based on the Linux kernel and it makes it possible to write applications in HTML and Javascript. It was introduced in 2009 and should replace LGs current Netcast platform. LG also has made their own interface based on cards which each show different options and applications.

The cheapest webOS based TV is available at $649 and has a 42″ Full-HD screen. The most expensive LG webOS TV sells at $2000 and has a 65″ screen.

 

Source: http://www.myce.com/news/lgs-first-webos-based-tvs-become-available-in-the-us-71042/

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Well done LG ! LG has the great chance to dominate the whole Internet TV Market..Apple and the other competitors have not got the right operating system for their TV´s..

 

I often said in the Past: WEB OS is the best OS for the whole mobile and TV market!

 

Greetings to Alex and to all Web OS and LG Fans!

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Greetings to Alex and to all Web OS and LG Fans!

 

Greeting to you as well! Here's to hoping for a webos comeback!

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