Bang & Olufsen have unveiled their first Smart TV, the BeoVision 11 which has been designed similarly to the BeoVision 11, but with some all new features to provide a great sound and picture all with online connectivity.

The Smart TV aspect of the BeoVision 11 allows the TV to connect to the internet via a wired or wireless connection and access apps ranging from YouTube, Facebook or even Twitter, you can also search the web, navigating easily with he remote or via the BeoRemote app on your iPad or Android tablet.

Alongside that the BeoVision 11 is also one of the first TVs to support hybrid broadband TV, which allows for great interactivity, allowing the user to access catch up TV and even vote during a programme.

The BeoVision is also DLNA capable, allowing it to stream music from smartphones or watch films that are stored  on a NAS drive, you can also plug-in a USB drive into anyone of the two USB ports, or content up a different device with the one of the six HDMI sockets.

There’s even a dedicated space inside the TV to hold an Apple TV, or something similarly sized.

In terms of picture quality the BeoVision 11 includes a new video engine that drives the 200Hz LED based LCD screen, allowing for 2D and 3D viewing.

The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 11 is available in any of the B&O stores from today for £4,995, check out the video below for more information.

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