Sony Google TV

Another Sony Google TV device is apparently on its way, as shown by a certificate posted on the Wi-Fi Alliance website.

The new Sony Google TV is the successor of the Sony NSZ-G7 (pictured above), available since last year and which has been recently updated. That is probably the reason why Sony has decided to go with product number NSZ-G8 for the new device, although the company has not officially announced the product yet.

Unfortunately, apart from the Wi-Fi certification, no other details, such as specs, price or release date are available at the moment for the new Sony Google TV. Still, with Google I/O 2013 less than a month away, there’s a serious chance for it to be shown there.

Google TV has failed to make a big mark so far, but manufacturers, such as Asus (with its Cube available now), Sony, LG and even Chinese company Hisense (which made a good impression with its Pulse) seem to be keeping their faith, releasing new products.

Do you already own a Google TV device or, if not, do you plan on purchasing one? And if so, which one will it be?

Bogdan Bele
Bogdan is a tech writer and blogger, passionate about everything mobile in general and Android in particular. When he's not writing about technology or playing with various gadgets (which he's doing most of the time), he enjoys listening to a lot of music and reading.
  • MasterMuffin

    What is Google TV? :))

  • ashutosh singh

    Yes@mastermuffin:disqus

  • logan

    I hope it’s Miracast certification.
    can’t wait to stream tv display to my android phone (not the other way around).

  • BriRedfern

    I own the NSZ-G7 and I can’t say enough good things about it. I would love better VOD integration with my FIOS box, but it has definitely improved my overall TV viewing experience. I use Google play for the majority of my cloud based media; between that and the search integration with Amazon Prime it is a pretty awesome device. The on screen program guide alone is worth the price of purchase.

  • I have the Logitech Revue. It needs an update but it was a great first attempt. I use it daily. Love having the apps integrated within the TV so that I do not have to switch sources.

    Also, if you haven’t heard, Logitech is killing the video chat service. Anyone who has a Logitech Revue Camera can get a free Skype camera or free HD Webcam. You have to do it before September.

    AA – This should be an article.