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LG launches five smart TVs designed for cruise ships

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The LG Business Solutions TVs are voice-controlled and Wi-Fi connected
LG Business Solutions USA introduced a line of smart TVs for staterooms and crew cabins with customizable hospitality and entertainment interfaces for cruise ship operators.

With models available in 43-, 32-, 28- 24- and 22-inch sizes, the voice-controlled and Wi-Fi connected TVs allow lines to offer a variety of services and entertainment options in any size cabin.

The Pro:Centric Smart TVs also offer specialized service menus, enabling custom-branded digital experiences.

increased functionality, simplified operation 

‘As cruise operators begin to welcome back their valued guests, our cruise TVs will allow them to deliver a catered, carefree digital environment where guests can easily navigate digital video programming and ship-related information,’ said Mike Kosla, VP of hospitality at LG Business Solutions. ‘Our cruise TV line will benefit both cruise operators and passengers with increased functionality, simplified operation and a thoroughly enhanced guest experience.'

The Pro:Centric software provides features for cruise ship environments, including support for 39 languages, one-click service tools, webOS 4.5 smart TV features, remote system management and easy-to-use templates and pages for custom on-screen interfaces to provide guest information and services.

The TV line also allows wireless streaming of music and video content from passengers’ mobile devices and laptops through Smart Share, Screen Share and Bluetooth Sound Sync technologies.

UHD TV

The 43-inch class 4K UHD TV displays images four times sharper than HDTV and upscales content to take advantage of the TV’s 8m pixels.

Crisp audio is provided through two 10W stereo speakers, and mounting is available via a standard 200x200 VESA compatible wall mount, sold separately. This model features a thin profile with minimal cabinet thickness.

The 32-inch class and 28-inch class Pro:Centric smart TVs feature compatibility with standard 200x200 and 100x100 VESA wall mounts, respectively, and both have dual 5W stereo speakers.

The 24-inch class Pro:Centric is compatible with a standard 75x75 VESA wall mount and also has dual 5W stereo speakers along with a standard desktop mount.

Pro:Idiom digital rights management system

All five cruise ship TV models include the Pro:Idiom digital rights management system designed to provide access to high-value content while helping to deter video piracy.

For cruise ship applications requiring larger TV sizes, LG has a complete line of hospitality smart TVs ranging from 49 to 75 inches diagonal.

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