It seems like everyone wants to get into your living room this year. Most companies are invading with media streamers, but Google wants to sneak an actual computer in there. It's an Android for your TV.
Earlier this morning rumor had it that Best Buy was getting—and selling—the new Sony Internet TVs as early as today. An anonymous tipster sent us some pics confirming that this could indeed be the case.
Sony's Internet TVs are here, and we are live at their debut with hands on. So how does it feel to use the world's first Google TV-powered HDTV?
We're live at Sony's Internet TV press conference, where we're seeing the "world's first HDTV powered by Google TV" (and its gnarly remote). Not bad at all, $1400 for the 46-inch model, available this weekend. Updated.
Leaked information on Sony's Google TV-enabled set have hit early, courtesy of Sony Insider. The site claims Sony's new line will consist of 24", 32", 40", and 46" models, with the latter three costing $1299.99, $1499.99 and $1899.99. [Sony Insider]