On Tuesday night, Sony took the wraps off its "Internet TV" line of products which integrate Google TV software. The good news, at least for those considering an HDTV with integrated Google TV, is that the pricing is much lower than previously rumored. However, the set-top box with integrated Blu-ray player is still a little on the pricey side.
Sony is launching four new Internet TV HDTV models later this month, including 24", 32", 40", and 46" sizes and all with 1080p native resolution. All the models feature integrated WiFi, four HDMI ports (no mention of component or composite input), four USB ports, an unspecified Intel processor, and an RF QWERTY keyboard remote that first appeared on an episode of ABC's NightLine last week. All the models also feature LED edge backlighting except for the 24", which gets old-school CCFL backlighting.
The only shortcoming of Sony "Internet TV" HDTVs, Blu-ray player is has poor support with HD Video files. To enjoy USB import HD movie users need to rip Blu-ray to other format like MKV.
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