We just got a chance to play with Lenovo's recently announced K91 Smart TV here at CES 2012. If you'll recall, the 55-inch 3D-enabled IPS television is running a skinned version of Android 4.0 ICS, has a webcam built into the bezel, and is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor.

The television comes with two remote controls, a traditional-style remote and gamepad. The traditional remote has a built-in microphone that allows for voice commands, such as 'volume up' and the ability to search for video-on-demand content. Additionally, the traditional remote has a gyro sensor and accelerometer so you can take advantage of Wii-style gameplay. The K91's built-in webcam is used for facial recognition that acts a security feature for app locking, essentially keeping others (like children, for example) from accessing certain applications.

The Lenovo rep told us there are no plans to bring the K91 to the US for now, but China can expect a release sometime this April but with no word on price.