Sony Launches NSZ-GS8 Internet Player With Google TV


Sony has launched it's latest Google TV device, NSZ-GS8 - Internet Player. The company has announced that the new device will be made available in the US for $199.99. News of the company working on the new device came in April, when it was spotted on a Wi-Fi certification website.

Sony Launches NSZ-GS8 Internet Player


Key Features

The new device will plug on to TV via HDMI port and can search live TV, internet and apps. via type and voice commands.

NSZ-GS8 - Internet Player allows you to browse the web on the big screen via Google Chrome

You will be able to download variety apps form Google Play Store. The device will include per-installed TV apps like Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Instant Video, and YouTube

NSZ-GS8 gives you access to PrimeTime anywhere on Google TV and allow you to browse for something new while you watch. The app lets you find your favorite content easily, which can be customised according to your preferences.

The device lets you control the TV with your iPhone or Android phone, like a remote control. Also, it has built in Wi-Fi for Internet connectivity.

A specific remote for the device is also to be sold at $49.99, which has a touch-pad on one side and a full QWERTY keyboard on the other. The control also comes with a 3-Axis motion sensor for gaming.

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