IKEA Launches Its Own Clutter-Free TV Furniture (Video)
Apr 18, 2012 15:31
The latest from Ikea, is a piece of furniture completely integrated into your home. Built in co-operation with China's TCL Multimedia, the unit houses an HDTV and Blu-Ray/DVD Player. It also features a 2.1 surround system with the subwoofer being a wireless unit you can place anywhere in your living room.
It also features Wifi connectivity to get you online and it supports DiVX HD and comes with a bunch of USB and HDMI inputs.
Will this be a hit? Well it depends on the electronics. It should retail for around $950 with a 5-year guarantee and ready in autumn. [IKEA via Engadget]
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