Android-based television (the "planet's first," as they say) will be shipping later this year from 'em. As the story goes, the future set -- which will be fittingly dubbed Scandinavia -- will sport a 42-inch panel, a 1080p native resolution and internet connectivity. We're told that 47- and 55-inch variants are on the way, all of which will include Android widgets onboard and provide users with easy access to YouTube, Google Maps, the weather, an internet browser, Facebook, Twitter, etc. A USB socket will also be included (presumably for playing back media on your external hard drive), and it'll demand a €2,000 ($2,695) and €2,500 ($3,370) investment when it rolls out in September. IKEA, you seeing this, or what?