Android Devices >> Everything about the Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player
Sony has been, along with Logitech, one of the first hardware companies to integrate Google TV into their products. Unlike Logitech, Sony puts the software directly on TVs and Blu-ray players rather than on a separate set-top box.
For $399, consumers can get Google TV as well as a solid Blu-ray player. It connects to the TV via HDMI and has 8GB of internal storage.
Release Date: Unknown
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