LG ST600 Smart TV Upgrader
Released April, 2011
The Pros:DLNA compliant - not limited to online content only. Good Internet app support - allows users to customize their set-top box experience. Value - costs less than buying a new HDTV for 'smart tv' functionality.
The Cons:Mediocre remote control.
The LG ST600 Smart TV Upgrader is a set-box designed to provide older televisions that have an HDMI port with Smart TV functionalities like Internet access and content streaming. These include Hulu Plus, Amazon Video, LG Apps, games, news, music, and more, all of which can be accessed through a smartphone remote-control application.
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In particular, the TV Upgrader connects to the Internet via either Ethernet or Wi-Fi (b/g/n), after which it relies on DLNA connectivity for transferring files and accessing premium Internet content through a web browser. It was unveiled at CES 2011 and then later released in the second quarter of 2011.
- Television Set-Top Box
- HDMI-Based Connection
- Provides Smart-TV Functionality
- BCM7615 CPU
- 384MB DDR RAM
- 1GB Flash
- LG Add-On Architecture
- Integrated Web Browser
- Wi-Fi, Ethernet, DLNA
- USB, AC
- Finger Touch RCU
- LG Apps
User Reviews (5)
DLNA compliant - not limited to online content only
good Internet app support - allows users to customize their set-top box experience
value - costs less than buying a new HDTV for 'smart tv' functionality
legacy support - integrates optical audio in addition to HDMI
compact form-factor - great for crowded home theaters
supports all of the major video streaming services
built-in web browser - goes above and beyond the competition
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