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Sunday, 06 January 2013 20:41

Google TV confirmed for CES

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Asus Qube and bunch of others


An update on the Official Google TV blog has now confirmed that we will definitely see some Google TV devices at CES that kicks off on January 8th in Las Vegas.

The company announced that we will see a bunch of devices coming from Hisense, TLC, LG, Vizio, Sony and others as well as the recently rumored Asus Qube device. As you might remember, Asus Qube is a Google TV dongle that passed the FCC approval recently and it appears that Google has turned to its favorite manufacturer once more.

Of course, it is still early to write off the rest of the industry, as heavyweights like LG and Sony might have an ace hidden up their sleeve as well. In addition to a list of these and rumors about other devices, Google also mentioned new apps including Amazon, France24, Dramafever and more that have been added to Google Tv.

You can check out the nice Google TV video below and the official Google TV blog update can be found here.


Last modified on Monday, 07 January 2013 09:53

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