The Sony Google TV event has now passed, so it is now time to reflect on what was announced. We knew that they were to unveil four TVs and a remote, but there was also a Blu-ray player with integrated Google TV as well.
The new range is to be called Sony Internet TV, and you can tell just by the name alone that there will be full integration with Google to access the World Wide Web. We thought we would look at three of the four models – those with the LED backlight technology.
The three models are as follows: NSX-46GT1, NSX-40GT1, NSX-32GT1. The 32-inch will cost you $799.99, the 40-inch $999.99, and the 46-inch $1,399.99. These are not the final prices, but are thought to be what you would expect to pay.
All three models offer Full HD 1080p display with Edge LED backlight, built-in Wi-Fi, four HDMI and USB inputs, Intel processor, and coming in the early part of 2011 will be the ability to download apps from Android Market. For spec details for each model visit Engadget.
Which of the three models would you choose?
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