Has anyone bought or had any experience with the new Sony web enabled TV (has Google TV). It's supposed to be the first TV on the market that is fully web enabled. I'm intrigued and was wondering if anyone has seen it in action. I've read that the remote is a little too complicated (it's a remote and keyboard).
I have a HP TouchSmart and use the computer for the tv.
It is different. As far as my remote we cannot flip as fast a regular tv remote. The set up was difficult and we challenged the cable guy but it is working just fine. Would not be my first choice - we choose it for a second location.
Google has TV in beta mode which I am watching very closely. It will be the new future.
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Is a television in your home, or do you not have time for it?
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