We did hear about LG’s Google TV heading Stateside later at the end of this month, and LG Electronics has ramped things up a bit by announcing that they will be conducting live demonstrations of their highly anticipated Google TV models at Internet Week New York which kicks off today. The LG Smart TV with Google TV (G2 Series) is said to merge the power of Google services alongside LG’s spanking new L9 dual-core chipset to keep things running at a brisk pace, not to mention having a user-friendly interface that delivers the next-generation Google TV experience, making it easier for even the less tech savvy generation to hop aboard the bandwagon.

The dual-core processor inside LG’s G2 Series TVs would make them the first Google TV models to hit the US market, offering little upload and lag time in the process. With the TV & Movies app, YouTube, Chrome, and the Google Play Store, the LG Google TV would basically translate all the standard entertainment that you normally access on your computer, tablet or smartphone available in the living room itself.

You can pick up the LG Smart TV with Google TV (G2 Series) online as well as in brick and mortar stores, where the 47″ and 55″ models will retail for $1,699.99 and $2,299.99, respectively. [Press Release]

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