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Easy to install and set up.
Offers a lot of internet content for easy consumption on your HDTV.
Works well with Netflix and Amazon Video on Demand.
Full-sized QWERTY keyboard controller.
Unified search allows you to locate shows, actors, channels, or anything else you could search on your Android phone.
TV and move search results pages point you to where you can watch, stream.
Built-in IR emitters.
Some content providers, like Hulu, ABC, and CBS, are blocking Google TV users.
Won't work with non-HD televisions.
Lack of Android Market is felt.
With itís launch GTV might be unstoppable.
Logtiech and Google need to work to bring on more partners.
Lengthy, complex setup.
Video calling quality not great.
No Harmony activities.
Outdated Netflix app.
Subscription fee for Dish Network subscribers.
By Rbmods.com on February 10, 2011
The concept of viewing content from the internet on your TV is not a new idea. HTPCs (Home Theater PCs) have been around since 1993, but have had limited success due to their cost and complexity to operate. In May of 2010 Google announced their...
By The Gadgeteer on February 01, 2011
With cable and satellite companies, we have access to literally hundreds of entertainment channels now. Sometimes that still seems like an insufficient number of choices when you consider the wealth of information and entertainment you can access...
By Trusted Reviews on January 21, 2011
While out at CES we had a chance to talk to play with Logitech's Revue, which is a set-top product loaded with Google TV. We talked to Kevin Simon from Logitech about what the product offers, what Google TV in general brings to the party, and...
By TechRadar on January 19, 2011
Despite asking its hardware partners not to show new Google TV devices at CES, Google has said that this is the year that Google TV will be available outside the US.But if the first international Google TV devices are like the $300 Logitech Revue...
By Macworld UK on January 18, 2011
Google TV is something you’ve probably heard of, but don’t know much about. It’s a rather odd combination of device and software platform that aims to bring an Android-based search and play service to your television. As with the...
By phandroid.com on December 22, 2010
Let me tell you a little story. Way back when Google first unveiled Google TV I felt drawn to it in a way that I generally don’t feel about new technology platforms. Even sensing that it might be a bit too ahead of its time and therefor a big...
By AVguide on December 17, 2010
Over the course of modern culture, some brand names fall into the vernacular. About to sneeze? Grab a Kleenex. Need to vacuum? Head for the Hoover. Want a soda? How about a Coke? Want to find specific content on the Internet? More often than not...
By T3 Magazine on November 29, 2010
TV meets the web. That’s the basic concept of Google TV – the platform powering the seemingly trivial black box that is the Logitech Revue. T3's Jeppe Christensen has played around with the box for a few weeks and here's his...
By SlashGear on November 25, 2010
There’s no denying that Google TV – and the Logitech Revue – has potential. Unfortunately, much of that potential is currently only part delivered on. The downside to Google TV’s all-encompassing compatibility is that it can feel...
By Engadget on November 08, 2010
Overall, the Revue is the box you want if you're interested in putting Google TV in your living room. It's not perfect, but it's solid, although we'd like to see the cost go down: at $300 with a complicated and lengthy setup, the Revue...
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