Electronics company Philips at CES 2018 launched their new 7703 kitchen Android TV, which features Google Assistant. Despite the weird name, the TV has a 24-inch display followed by a large 16-watt speaker in which the TV stands on. There is also Chromecast integration, making it easy to push content from another device to the TV.
The main feature of the 7703 is the inclusion of Google Assistant, which can be triggered by the always-listening microphone. The main aim of this device is for the kitchen, so users can watch various chefs cook the meal right beside them, alongside doing other various tasks that couldn’t be done before with just a voice assistant on a speaker. The TV can also connect to Netflix, and there are two HDMI inputs if needed.
Unfortunately, there are no other specifications or details available for 7703 kitchen TV. In the meantime, what are your thoughts on the device? Let us know in the comments down below, or on any of our social media pages.
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