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Vizio, Toshiba set to intro Google TV products at CES

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 27 Nov 2010 0:57 User comments (1)

Vizio, Toshiba set to intro Google TV products at CES Toshiba and Vizio will introduce Google TV products at the upcoming CES event, says Bloomberg, adding to the growing number of companies with such products in the pipeline.
CES 2011 begins in early January, and the source says that Samsung may also unveil an HDTV with Google TV at the event.

Currently, Sony and Logitech have released Google TV products, including an HDTV, a set-top box and a Blu-ray player.

Each uses a specialized Intel chip.

Earlier in the week, Google had said: "We are very happy with the launch of Google TV with our initial partners Sony, Logitech and Intel. Our long-term goal is to collaborate with a broad community of consumer electronics manufacturers to help drive the next generation, TV-watching experience."

Vizio is the top seller of LCD TVs in the United States, while Toshiba ranks sixth.

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115.12.2010 2:18

This means nothing until Google can get the major networks and content providers to let it stream their content.

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