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Google TV demo shows off Dish Network formation, concept poke (video)

Posted in August 20th, 2010
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Google TV demo shows off Dish Network formation, concept poke (video)

For those still loath over the possibility of dropping a couple of Ben Franklins upon something rocking a Google TV trademark this fall, maybe the most appropriate thought is to get to know this brand-new flavor of Android the bit better. StuffWeLike grabbed video of the Comic-Con 2010 demo which showed off the concept poke in the turn of detail you hadn’t previously seen. Our progressing hands-on with Google TV partner Logitech (also enclosed after the break) focused mostly upon the ability to carryout alternative devices, but this has the decided emphasis upon the user interface as well as what Google brings to HDTVs, quite when entirely tied in to Dish Network’s DVR, and its capability to shift seamlessly from internet to live or available TV as well as behind. The second half of a video shifts a concentration to the Google Queue, a single menu for DVR recordings as well as podcasts (video or audio.) The camera’s the bit jerky, but there’s copiousness of info in those menus flashing by including icons for formerly voiced apps from Netflix as well as Pandora and an unconsidered cameo from vlogger RayWJ about two and the half minutes in.


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aprobo says,
11-21-2010 at 22:54:24 from    

i watch this channel

pinkyy8081 says,
1-3-2011 at 19:16:05 from    

I came across this post and I have to say that the Google TV is one of the most innovative devices out there on the market right now. It is easy to use and even easier to set up. I actually work at DISH Network and I would recommend that people give it a try. It’s very convenient for customers who like to multitask!


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