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  • Logitech Revue with Google TV

    Google TV VS Apple's iTV, who will win the competition?
    Having conquered online search, webmail, and even online video, Google now wants to stick a blue, red, yellow and green flag in your 42-inch TV. Last spring, the company announced Google TV, a competitor to the likes of Apple TV, Windows Media Center and even free software like Boxee. The first hardware company to pick up Google’s latest experiment? Logitech, with its Revue set-top box.

    The Revue won’t hit stores until this fall, but we have a hands-on sneak peek from a loyal reader who found a fully functioning Revue on his doorstep, courtesy of Logitech’s Revue beta test program. Keep in mind that his impressions aren’t our own, and the box remains in beta testing, but it looks like Google TV and the Logitech Revue box it rides on have a promising future in the next few months.
    Logitech Revue: Hands-On Impressions
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