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Sony Reveals Sony Internet TV Powered by Google

Today Sony held a press conference to reveal the new Sony Internet TV which is powered by Google. There are two options available when purchasing Sony Internet TV, you can either get it built into the TV or you can purchase the Sony Internet TV Blu-ray player separately. The Blu-ray separate version features built in Google TV functionality, Search across internet and TV, Surfing the web while watching TV, Downloading Apps from the Android Market, Link to your mobile phone, DVR Compatibility, Built in WiFi, and an intuitive keyboard and much more. The separate player will cost $399.99 and is available for pre-order now at Sonystyle.com. The Box however may be too expensive for your average every day consumer, I would like to see a cheaper price as competition arises in this market.

The other option is to purchase a Sony Internet TV with all of these features built right into the actual TV. The TV has all of the same features as the separate unit except for Blu-ray playback. The Sony internet TV will be available in many different models with the following prices and specifications starting at $599.99.

Sony Internet TV NSX-46GT1

Available in October for $1,399.99

  • 46-inch Full HD 1080p display with Edge LED backlight
  • Google TV built-in
  • Seamlessly search across your television & Internet for content
  • Surf the web while watching TV using Dual View
  • Upgradeable Google TV platform
  • Download apps from Android Market (*coming in early 2011)
  • Superior processing power with Intel Inside
  • Easy-to-use RF QWERTY keypad remote with integrated optical mouse
  • Link to select mobile phones (coming this fall)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Four HDMI inputs and four USB inputs

Sony Internet TV NSX-40GT1

Available in October for about $999.99

  • 40-inch Full HD 1080p display with Edge LED backlight
  • Google TV built-in
  • Seamlessly search across your television & Internet for content
  • Surf the web while watching TV using Dual View
  • Upgradeable Google TV platform
  • Download apps from Android Market (*coming in early 2011)
  • Superior processing power with Intel Inside
  • Easy-to-use RF QWERTY keypad remote with integrated optical mouse
  • Link to select mobile phones (coming this fall)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Four HDMI inputs and four USB inputs

Sony Internet TV NSX-32GT1

Available in October for about $799.99

  • 32-inch Full HD 1080p display with Edge LED backlight
  • Google TV built-in
  • Seamlessly search across your television & Internet for content
  • Surf the web while watching TV using Dual View
  • Upgradeable Google TV platform
  • Download apps from Android Market (*coming in early 2011)
  • Superior processing power with Intel Inside
  • Easy-to-use RF QWERTY keypad remote with integrated optical mouse
  • Link to select mobile phones (coming this fall)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Four HDMI inputs and four USB inputs

Sony Internet TV NSX-24GT1

Available in October for about $599.99

  • 24-inch Full HD 1080p display with CCFL backlight
  • Google TV built-in
  • Seamlessly search across your television & Internet for content
  • Surf the web while watching TV using Dual View
  • Upgradeable Google TV platform
  • Download apps from Android Market (*coming in early 2011)
  • Superior processing power with Intel Inside
  • Easy-to-use RF QWERTY keypad remote with integrated optical mouse
  • Link to select mobile phones (coming this fall)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Four HDMI inputs and four USB inputs

Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player NSZ-GT1

Available in October for about $399.99

  • Google TV built-in
  • Seamlessly search across your television & Internet for content
  • Surf the web while watching TV using Dual View
  • Upgradeable Google TV platform
  • Blu-ray Disc playback capability
  • Download apps from Android Market (*coming in early 2011)
  • Superior processing power with Intel Inside
  • Easy-to-use RF QWERTY keypad remote with integrated optical mouse
  • Link to select mobile phones (coming this fall)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • One HDMI input, one HDMI output and four USB inputs

Engadget was at the conference and had a hands on view of Sony Internet TV, if you would like to see their video you can check it out here.

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Matt
I was a Computer and Information Technology student at Purdue University. I have always wanted my own website and have been fascinated with technology my entire life. So here I am, what's next?
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