The first high-definition set to have Google TV software built in, the Sony Internet TV lets viewers search for content on both television channels and the Internet (see “Searching for the Future of Television”). It also provides a platform for third-party Android-based applications. The downside is a monster of a remote control, with 80 buttons.
Product: Sony Internet TV
Cost: $600 to $1,400
Companies: Google and Sony
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