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WebOS 3.5 is set to be shown off at LG’s booth at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. No word yet on when, or if, it will roll out to existing smart TV models, but it will definitely ship with still unannounced new smart TVs slated to launch next year.

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"LG WebOS 3.5 wants to make watching TV more magical" ??? When WebOS want be "Magic WebOS", then WebOS must: 1. share external usb hdd with samba server for writting files from PC 2. share satellite card for home lan devices, or take codes from home lan devices 3. unpluged usb hdd on push one button of remote control 4. play files from samba server disks array. :) 

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