Google TV is finally becoming a reality, as Logitech’s Revue set-top boxes went up for pre-order this week. Sony’s Internet TV, which is also powered by Google TV, will be announced next Tuesday. However, some have questioned the high price of these devices, and others wonder if consumers even want search functionality on their TVs.
We thought we would leave the final word to our well-informed readers, and want to know: What should Google, Logitech and Intel do to make Google TV a success? Is the price the biggest issue? Or is it Hulu, which isn’t currently available on Google TV? Do you want Aux in to make the Logitech Revue work with over the air content? Are you missing any particular app? Or maybe you’re not interested at all? Let us know in the poll below, and feel free to elaborate in the comments.
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