In fact, Logitech, which lost $100 million on the Revue set top GoogleTV boxes, said there are "no plans to introduce another box to replace Revue" once the boxes run out, the Verge reported. Vivid Entertainment has launched a channel specifically...
With more returns than “very modest sales,” Logitech, maker of the Revue box, is slashing prices, hoping to increase user adoption of the thus far flawed GoogleTV platform. The price cut will cost Logitech about $34 million.
Suggestions that production of the LogitechRevue companion box might need to be halted to address software issues are unfounded. The Wall Street Journal reported that Logitech claims Google did not request suspension of top-set TV boxes as part of...
GoogleTV is available in three ways, Mossberg noted, the LogitechRevue - a small black top set box costing $300, a Sony BluRay player that incorporates the feature for $400 and with a Sony TC that has internet access built in, starting at $600.
Trying to watch a show on Fox's website with a Sony GoogleTV or the LogitechRevue set-top box returns a message of "This content is not compatible with your device. Now Fox has joined in the effort to block content from GoogleTV devices.
Yesterday, Logitech debuted Revue, a $299 device that connects to your HDTV or cable box to run the GoogleTV software the combines television, search, the web, apps, and DVR. GoogleTV's website boasts, "Browse the whole web.
Logitech today will unveil its set-top box, LogitechRevue, which runs the Android-based GoogleTV software. Rumors have the Revue box costing around $299, while the self-updating Sony TV is expected to cost more than similar HDTV models.