Logitech UE Smart Radio Internet Black - radios (Internet, LCD, 802.11g, Audio (3.5mm), AAC, AIFF, FLAC, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA)
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Product Description Logitech Revue with Google TV turns any TV into a smart TV. It brings together TV, the full web, apps, movies and more and puts control of it all at your fingertips. Features Enjoy TV, the Web, apps & movies in one place...your HDTV Search across every channel, app and the Web simultaneously Watch TV & surf the Web, at the same time, on the same screen Type, search, rewind & more with the wireless keyboard controller Use pre-loaded apps like Netflix and stay tuned for tons more Receive new features & functionality with free, automatic updates Add on with accessories that make your TV even smarter Tech Specs Box Contents Logitech Revue Companion Box (9.7" L x 6.7" W (not including cables) x 1.4" D (with feet)) Keyboard Controller with integrated keyboard, remote control, and touchpad (13.4" L x 5.5" H x 0.9" D) One HDMI Cable One IR Mini Blaster Power Supply User Documentation Two AA batteries (pre-installed in controller) Connections HDMI input: 1080p/60fps, 1.3a w/CEC HDMI output: 1080p/60fps, 1.3a w/CEC Networking Wireless: 802.11n Wired: Ethernet 10/100 Base-T Input/Output Outputs audio through a TOSLINK S/PDIF optical output (optical cable not included) Two USB 2.0 ports for connecting corded peripherals, like Logitech TV Cam Logitech Unifying wireless technology for adding up to six compatible peripherals Integrated Logitech Harmony Link IR blaster (for A/V device control) for controlling your TV, A/V receiver, and cable or satellite set-top box
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Google are set to try to corner the market and challenge Apple with their Google TV software over the next 18 months, whether they achieve that or not, we will have to see but the Logitech Revue was one of the first iterations of the operating system/device which was panned by critics upon it's release in the US back in 2010. It has recently had a significant software upgrade to Android 3.1 (Honeycomb). When I connected this for the first time, it automatically updated to the latest version and then prompted me to input many settings, which could be confusing to some, however I have several Android devices already, so it was okay.
Now that I have it installed in the UK, I can tell you that it has it's good points but also negatives and it doesn't quite fulfil my TV desires. So.....
* Really clean futuristic user interface that is easy to follow and intuitive enough.
* Has Flash, so great for video content online (mostly), such as BBC Iplayer, 4OD etc.
* Built in Chrome browser, which is very fast and easy to use, much as it would be on your Android phone or Tablet.Read more ›
First of all its clear that quite a few people have written their review based on ill thought out niggles and problems that are unfair to google tv.
I got this product as a xmas gift for a friend and can say that its a excellent little gadget if you look at what its good at.
It allows you to visit any site on the web, email friends, chat with friends, watch films/tv shows, listen to hundreds of radio stations, shop till you cant shop anymore and many many more things you care to mention.
Now people have complained its a useless product given they have a laptop/pc hooked up to their tv already and can do all the above plus they have sky or virgin and can watch what they please.
Now i dont know about most people but to hook up a pc or laptop to a tv is rather expensive and you already have a device that lets you do the above activities so why are you complaining about google tv if you have the above, pointless complaining.
To do all the above would cost you easily £500 plus were as google tv can be purchased for as little as £80.
Secondly with google tv being released this year in the uk, 2012, you will get all the uk content you wish for.
This was never meant to compete with £500 plus pcs or sky/virgin subscriptions, again £40 plus a month to watch football.
Then again we come to the playstation 3/xbox 360 which i have also, yes they both have some of the content mentioned but again you need the machines, £120 upwards and a yearly subscription, pointless argument.Read more ›
The remote! Well this is the worst feature of the box, it's great cus it's RF, but then so is boxee and Sony. But it's a keyboard! Honestly it looks like it shud be infront of a pc not on your sofa! Ill admit it is easy to use, has no glitches and is very responsive. The Sony remote is so compact you accidentiall hit other buttons and or track pad while trying to navigate, nu at least it fits in your hand. It is not the end of the world though as there are many after market remotes that are better than this and the sony combined (air scenarios air mouse is great), it's compact, fits in one hand, doesn't have a tack pad to accidentally press or swipe (it's an air mouse like the wii) and doesn't have the qwerty keyboard stuck underneath, it's all neatly hidden in a flap. And of course is RF.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This Google TV works great though it is a bit old. I still are able to use Plex, Netflix, Youtube aso. Perfect and cheap!Published on 22 Mar. 2013 by Daniel
Product manufactured for the USA market NOT UK. Had great difficulty in getting software to work. Had several long e-mails with UK supplier as well as USA product support. Read morePublished on 14 Feb. 2013 by B Jefferson
Nice item...however done only for the usa....no wày in the setting to change the location... But with a guess zip code..fine.Published on 28 Dec. 2012 by Charles Kb
This product is a great idea with a ridiculously bad implementation. I don't know if the content providers are deliberately sabotaging this product, but all of the content streams... Read morePublished on 14 May 2012 by Erudite Trader
Dont buy this item if you are going to use it in the UK the market defaults to America and cannot be changed all the apps are also American so of very little use would run Iplayer... Read morePublished on 28 Dec. 2011 by A. Anderson