Sep 24 AT 6:52 PM Taylor Wimberly 5 Comments

Sony unveils their Google TV devices on October 12th

Sony sent out invites today to select members of the press inviting them to check out the “World’s first Internet television” on October 12th. As some of you already know Sony is the exclusive HDTV launch partner for Google TV, so this is the big coming out party.

We recently got to check out the Sony Internet TV at IFA last month, but this is the first time that Sony will demo a fully working unit in public. In addition to the Internet TV, Sony is also expected to show off a Blu-ray player with integrated Google TV services.

Unfortunately we were not invited yet, but maybe I can talk my way in. If any of you sleuths out there want to try and dig up some dirt on Sony’s Google TV before the official announcement, I can tell you the model number is NSX-46GT1.

Logitech is also closing in on the release of their Google TV set-top box, the Revue. They just announced their Host with the Most winners and I expect we should be getting launch details soon.

Source: SlashGear

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  • http://Website dnar56

    unfortunately it wont be upgraded to play DVDs til 2012

  • http://Website madsiboy

    It’s the 12th like the overhead says, not the 15th :-P

  • http://Website ihatefanboys

    i wonder if my sony bravia ex700 will get an update to google tv when it goes live….im internet connected and alreadyt have youtube and tons of music and video options, would love to hav google search on my TV…..btw i get regular updates of the internet services….so if anyone knows gimme a yell.

  • http://Website Chancy

    Google NEEDS to make a video game console…STAT!!! Oh, Lord…imagine the possibilities. If M$ can do it so can Google!

  • Jak Crow

    And there still haven’t been any details on how a set top box is going to sit between an HDMI connected Dish DVR and a TV when the HDMI 1.3 / HDCP spec does not allow for modified video, which is why most receivers with HDMI switches don’t show OSDs when using HDMI.