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Sony's Google TV controller featured on ABC's Nightline (video)

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  1. 4Nines

    4Nines Moderator Staff Member

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    ABC's Nightline is about the last place that we thought news would break about Google TV first, but it does make sense, and I guess TV is the best place to promote Google TV! In the special that featured G-TV, they also released a bit about Sony's new Google TV and their very own controller.

    "Two circular directional pads, a QWERTY keyboard, volume, channel selection, some play / pause buttons... everything you'd need to rock the web and video all at once."

    Checkout the link below for the direct video or visit Engadget for more on the story.

    [video=hulu;DFnz_Dwa4DiKcC70gqQbkw]http://www.hulu.com/watch/183268/abc-nightline-smart-tv-google-tv[/video]​
     
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    Big and bulky but love the full QWERTY keyboard.
     
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    4Nines Moderator Staff Member

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    I think the G-TV controller app for your Android phone is wicked!
     
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    Thats pretty cool, but I would have prefered a slide out type like the new Vizio and TiVo remotes. I hope Logitech releases something that is along the lines of their diNovo handheld keyboard, but is more geared toward TV usage. diNovo Mini
     
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    I have no doubt that we will see remotes like this. Look were Android started and where it is now. I really think G-TV will grow and adapt the same way.
     

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