Sony introduced its first Google TV-powered line of products called “Sony Internet TV,” that includes four LCD TVs: “NSX-24GT1 24″ for $599, NSX-32GT1 32″ model for $799, NSX-40GT1 40″ model for $999, and NSX-46GT1 46″ model for $1399.
All models carry same specs, with the exception of the backlighting. All include edge-LED backlighting except the cheapest model, which uses CCFL. Otherwise, they’re all equipped with an Intel processor, built-in Wi-Fi, four HDMI ports and four USB ports, support for Android apps, and the ability to watch TV and run apps at the same time with “dual view” mode.
The Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player (NSZ-GT1) costs $399, and includes the same Google TV features as Sony’s televisions, built-in Wi-Fi, one HDMI input, one HDMI output, and four USB ports.
All of Sony’s Internet TV products come with the QWERTY remote that bears more than a passing resemblance to a video game controller.