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Sony's Google TV capable HDTV line coming this weekend

Google TV and its huge remote set to invade your living room

| HT & Movies News | Posted: Oct 13, 2010 3:23 am

Sony has introduced their newest line of internet capable TVs at a press event in New York City. These 1080p TVs will come loaded with the new Google TV software onboard. These TVs will be available at SonyStyle.com on Saturday and in Best Buy stores on Sunday.

 

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This line will include 24″, 32″, 40″ and 46″ versions with all but the 24" TV being LED backlit. Prices will run from $599 for the 24" model to $1399 for the 46". The Google TV software will bring features Hulu, Twitter, Netflix, YouTube, and Pandora to your television as well as Google Chrome for web browsing. Google TV's huge QWERTY remote is included, complete with a ton of function buttons for running anything you can think of. Android's OS will handle the included apps with the Android Market expected to be available next year.

 

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