Have a Benjamin to spare? Then when November rolls around shortly, you might want to consider an early Christmas present for yourself with the Hisense Pulse with Google TV. This purchase intends to deliver apps, web, search and live TV to your doorstep in a flexible package, allowing consumers to perform an upgrade to any TV in order to enjoy a broad range of rich content. Basically, the Hisense Pulse with Google TV will hook up to any TV over an HDMI input, which translates to true blue plug-and-play versatility.
Based on the Android platform, Google TV will offer TV-optimized versions of your favorite Google services such as Chrome, Google Play, Search, TV & Movies and YouTube. It will look up web content in a similar way as to how Google Search finds web content. Not only that, it will support a myriad of screen resolutions that range from 480i up to 1080p, in addition to H.264, MPEG-4 and AVC formats. Read what JoAnne Foist, Director of Marketing at Hisense USA, has to say about Hisense Pulse with Google TV after the jump.
“This box effectively bridges the gap to the latest in home entertainment, without the need for expensive hardware upgrades. Most people have at least one HDTV in their home and with the addition of a Hisense Pulse with Google TV, we offer the liberty of accessing not just TV, but a host of streaming content, web surfing and TV apps (such as Pandora Radio, CNNMoney, Motor Trend, and Thuuz) that are available in Google Play. Compared to other streaming devices, the Hisense Pulse with Google TV allows consumers to experience a new level of smart content discovery and viewing recommendations. Hisense delivers a low cost device that provides the outstanding performance and quality for which our brand is known.”
Other hardware specifications of the Hisense Pulse with Google TV include HDMI input and output, USB, Ethernet and built-in Wi-Fi. Each purchase will also be accompanied by a double sided remote control that boasts of a built-in touchpad and dedicated Netflix button on one side and a QWERTY keyboard on the other side.RELATED
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