hasn’t exactly achieved the adoption Google
hoped, but after the initial spate of Google TV products failed to capture the hearts and minds of consumers, it looks now as though a new wave of Google TV products is mounting a charge.
announced the NSZ-GS7 Internet Player with Google TV and NSZ-GP9 Blu-ray player with Google TV. The former will cost $199 and hit the market on July 22 (with pre-ordering beginning already), and the latter will $299 and be available for the holidays. Both come with a redesigned Bluetooth-enabled backlit QWERTY keyboard which features a touch pad with a three-axis motion sensor and the ability to be used as a universal remote control.
Sony NSZ-GS7 Internet Player with Google TV
launched the Google TV-packing Vizio Co-Star Stream Player, which features the ability to connect with a cable or satellite box so that users can keep live TV, streamed content, apps, and Web browsing all in one place. It comes with a universal QWERTY keyboard and touchpad remote control and features 802.11n WiFi, support for 1080p HD, an integrated USB port, and more. The Co-Star also includes built-in OnLive cloud gaming, which is rather a killer app. The Co-Star is coming in July with a price tag of $99.99.
Vizio Co-Star Stream Player with Google TV
It’s likely that we’ll hear even more about Google TV and a new lineup of partner products later this week.