Dish Network has announced that it’s selling Google TV packages based on Logitech’s Revue set-top box. As expected, the company will be subsidizing the device, lowering the price from the original $299 down to $179 for Dish customers who pay $4/month for the DVR service. The Revue will allow customers to access Google TV features alongside Dish’s dedicated programming data, DVR functionality and video-on-demand (VOD) content. In order to take advantage of the DVR, users must have a ViP-series satellite receiver such as the ViP 622, ViP 722 or ViP 722k. Users who already own a Google TV box can still take advantage of Dish integration; though they will not receive any refund for the offer price.
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