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ViewSonic is building one TV powered by Boxee

In the market for a new HD TV? Want to get one powered by Boxee? Well we’ve got some great news for you.

Today at CES ViewSonic is showing a 46″ HD TV that is powered by Boxee.

Like in the case of the D-Link and Iomega boxes the ViewSonic TV has Intel Atom CE4100 inside, which means it can deliver the ultimate Boxee experience, playback of 1080p, browser, accelerated Adobe Flash, HTML5, apps, local, Internet, etc.

The Internet is becoming a key source for video for the main stream consumer and it is reflected in the demand for a connected living room experience. People will get connected in different ways and our goal is to try and make Boxee available on a multiple categories of devices.

If you already have an HDTV and want to get connected than Boxee will be available for you on a variety of standalone boxes, but if you are in the market for a new HD TV you will soon have the option to get one based on Boxee’s software, which is perfect for people who want to reduce the number of boxes in their home theatre setup.

If you happen to be at CES this week you should stop by the ViewSonic booth (South Hall #30873) and see the TV in action.
Pricing and availability will be announced later this year.

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