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The Logitech Revue is the first Google TV device to hit the market. Google TV was announced at IO, Google's developer conference, back in May. It offers consumers the opportunity to bring the web to their living rooms in a more efficient way than what was available before.
The Revue is a set top box that connects to the TV via an HDMI port. It costs $299 and comes with the box and a full keyboard that will control the Android based service.
Release Date: October 6, 2010
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by Andrew Melnizek
Oct 21, 2010
The Logitech Revue Google TV box should start reaching doorsteps any time now (or you can snag one today at Best Buy) doing more than just making TV content easier to access. It is also let...
by Kyle Gibb
Oct 20, 2010
A tipster and our very own Phil Nickinson have confirmed that the Logitech Revue, a set-top box that brings the Google TV experience to any TV, is on sale now at Best Buy retail locations. In ad...
by Jerry Hildenbrand
Oct 11, 2010
If you ponied up and pre-ordered your Logitech Revue last week, you may have received a little something in your inbox about shipping. We just got information that the unit we pre-ordered on Oct...
by Kyle Gibb
Sep 29, 2010
Note that "shipped" is not the same as "sold", but the Logitech, maker of the Revue Google TV set-top box, expects to ship around 500,000 units through the en...