Logitech Revue with Google TV unveiled

Today’s the day where Logitech releases its Revue with Google TV, where it was specially designed to deliver the best possible Google TV experience to households throughout the US that already have a HDMI-ready TV sitting in the living room. Just what is Google TV? Well, it will deliver traditional TV programming alongside the power of the Internet, letting you access both from the comfort of your couch. Logitech Revue with Google TV will be a compact, plug-and-play companion box that will be accompanied by a Logitech Keyboard Controller, working together seamlessly to deliver full control over the Google TV experience and home-entertainment devices. You will hook up the Logitech Revue to your HDTV via an HDMI cable, while connect another another HDMI cable from the Logitech Revue to your cable or satellite provider box with HDMI out. It takes just minutes for content to appear on your TV, not to mention the ability for you to take advantage of a wide range of preloaded Google TV and Logitech applications right from the get go. The Logitech Revue with Google TV can be purchased for $299.99 if you’re interested. Will this be the next generation’s DVD player/VCR? Perhaps, and it seems that a whole lot of stuff are migrating to a centralized device these days, and the living room is no exception. Just to let you know, Dish Network will be offering the Logitech Revue to its subscribers for $179, which proves to be a rather significant savings of $120 if you’re tight on money at the moment. [Press Release]

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