Very good TV with great functionality. Best choice!
16 June 2013
Summary: + Remote Large size Google TV with many apps Web browser with Flash support Built-in WiFi 2 cores CPU Price (I've bought for 760$ with taxes) - No LG apps (it's really great market, best than Google play)
Pros: Tons of things to do & see. App market content will no doubt expand just as the ph. and tablet market expanded so I'm not worried about the lack of apps available. Still plenty to choose from. Netflix, Google movies etc. play very well. Qwerty remote
Cons: Not for the technically challenged. Takes some research patience & time to play with & learn. Only has 2gb of memory with no expansion. Picture quality is better than Cnet states yet is not quite great. Adjustments can be made but it takes some ti
Summary: I didnt buy this TV set but only cause i got the lm7600 not too long ago but I played with this set for a good 20 minutes at best buy and it was very good. The smart TV is basically just like the regular 2012 LG smart tvs except the icons are a lil diff and the youtube app is upgraded. Everything is customizable on it and it has a built-in google search engine you dont have to open the browser for. Also has its own media content filter for the search results. Way cool.
Summary: This set has a much clearer and overall better picture. Plenty of connections for just about anything. I can't comment on the audio, I run everything through a home theater receiver. The best feature is the easy access to play store.
Summary: I can download hundreds of apps through Google Play. The remote is like Wii remote so that it is easy control and navigate menu just by waving towards the TV screen. The TV is compatible with both Android and Apple devices so I share content among my Galaxy S2 or iPad to the TV.