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Arçelik to be the first DLNA certified Turkish manufacturer

Ali Kuru in arcelik, Gadgets, Hardware, News, TV, vestel, turkey

According to official DLNA web site, Arçelik is going to be the first Turkish manufacturer to offer a DLNA certified product: an LCD TV in an unknown size with a LAN connection, which will act as a “digital media player”.

According to DLNA, the model of the certified product is 32SXCR6 and certificate date shows 8/30/2010, yet couldn’t find any news about the new LCD TV neither on Arçelik’s official web site, nor on Google.

Arçelik's DLNA certified LCD TV

No wireless network interface according to certificate, wonder if it is going to have an internal drive.

Here is the given certificate (PDF).

Update: Seems like Arçelik won’t be the only Turkish electronics manufacturer with DLNA certified goods in their product line. Vestel says (Turkish, sorry) that they’ve already demonstrated their “DLNA TV” at IFA 2010. It’s really interesting to hear that they’ve demonstrated their DLNA capable product before they got the certification though :)

PhD in Microbiology, head of digital at Kapital Media. Interested in geekery, gadgets and ever-evolving web.

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