The Lenovo K91 Smart TV, to be initially exclusive to the Chinese market, will be available in 42" and 50" models.
A Qualcomm Snapdragon processor running at 1.5Ghz will power the set, which offers 1GB of Ram, SD card storage support and a 5mp webcam. Its remote control features touch-screen technology and an integrated microphone.
"As the world's first smart TV powered by QualComm's 8060 Snapdragon dual core CPU, the K91 is also the world's first smart TV running the Android 4.0 operating system - which will revolutionise technology in the living room," read a statement from Lenovo.
"Its smart "Sandwich" UI unites three major smart TV functions, including video on demand, internet applications and traditional TV programmes."
LG also rolled out smart TV hardware at CES, powered by the Android Honeycomb-based Google TV platform. Sony and Samsung are also expected to roll out similar hardware at the event, while Apple is reportedly working on a TV of its own.
The Lenovo K91 Smart TV is available now in China. It will be released in other territories at a later date.
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