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Bang & Olufsen claims to change your TV viewing experience forever with its BeoVision 11 Smart TV

Andrea Divirgilio / October 30, 2012

Designed to stimulate the eyes, excite the ears, complement the room, and to take your imagination to the very limit, here’s the Bang & Olufsen’s exclusively-new flagship Smart TV, the BeoVision 11. Described to be a masterpiece of design, spectacular sound, best-in-class picture, full-connectivity, and digital entertainment, the BeoVision 11 has originally been conceived to provide the entire family with a comprehensive array of up-to-date digital entertainment of the highest caliber. Set to be released in Bang & Olufsen US showrooms this month with a starting price-tag of $5,995, this Smart TV engineered with uncompromising Bang & Olufsen perfection will be made available in 1080p LED-based LCD display that come in 40, 46 and 55-inch sizes.

Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 11 Smart TV

Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 11 Smart TV

Notably, the BeoVision 11’s electronic curtains slide away to reveal razor sharp picture quality with incredible depth, while a discreet sensor fitted at the TV’s top constantly measures and analyses light conditions in the room to ensure comfortable and optimized viewing experience.

Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 11 Smart TV

The BeoVision 11 Smart TV gives viewers a smart access to the online world, thanks to a browser that can be masterly navigated via iPad, remote of Android tablet.

Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 11 Smart TV

Further, it features two USB ports, six HDMI sockets, Ethernet, six high-end B&O speakers, and a cabinet in the back which allows you to store your Apple TV.

Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 11 Smart TV

Also, users can personalize this Smart TV with apps according to their tastes.

Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 11 Smart TV

Speaking about the Bang & Olufsen TV’s, we have earlier seen the 40-inch version of the BeoVision 8 TV, the BeoVision 4-103, a 103-inch plasma TV which recalibrates automatically, and the 85-inch BeoVision 4 plasma TV with 3D.

Via: Bang-Olufsen

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