Sony NSZ-GT1

If you're in the market for a new Google TV, be aware that Sony's obtusely named NSZ-GT1 is now shipping from Amazon for a couple hundred bucks. That's still twice as much as http://www.androidcentral.com/vizio-announces-its-99-co-star-google-tv-set-top-box-onlive-wellVizio's new Google TV, and we're still not entirely sure where, exactly, the fate of Google TV lies with the likes of the Nexus Q nipping at its heels. But, hey, $200 isn't quite going to break the bank. So if you wanna check it out hit the link below.

Source: Amazon

 
There are 15 comments

slikone27 says:

I think this should be Sony NSZ-GS7 and the link is wrong too. It takes you to the old blu-ray one

Honeycomb or ICS?

Shadowriver says:

There no ICS Google TV

Jayshmay says:

So the new one is ONLY an internet device, no built-in Blu-Ray player?
Blu-Ray player WITH built-in Wi-Fi would make it worth more!!!

EboMike says:

The Blu-Ray version is slated for some time in October (presumably for $299).

The headline, source link, etc are all wrong. Call an editor stat!

Also, Sony has been selling this for a while on their own website for the same price...

bplewis24 says:

I received this like 2 weeks ago direct from Sony.com.

roninlb says:

How much better would this thing be than my Roku?
If it's that good, I'll wait for someone else other than Sony to come out with a good one.

Jayshmay says:

Google TV/3D Blu-Ray Player WITH Built-in Wi-Fi will be my next Blu-Ray player, that will be an interesting experience!!!

Is the QWERTY keyboard backlit?

lakedubvt says:

Just ordered one and with my prime account I will be getting it before the Nexus 7 that I ordered from Google back in June!

Gimik says:

Thinking about returning my extra Nexus 7 and getting one of these >.< That remote is sex.

Hand_O_Death says:

I am still waiting for the CoStar to become available. $100 and has dlna. If the Vulkano app works with it,I will even buy more.

marisdaman says:

Why would anyone buy any streaming products by Sony now the they use Cinavia? I hate that this has been implemented on my PS3! And from what i hear all Sony internet connected device will eventually have it at some point.even if it's not a Sony product and has Blu-Ray player installed it will be subject to Cinavia updates! I hate going through the hassle of getting rid of this digital watermark! Your thoughts?

S_C_B says:

The source link is still wrong. SMH.