They might have not been the absolute stars of the show at CES 2013, but the new line-up of Google TV powered products did turn some heads, so it would have been a terrible shame for us to totally ignore them.
Hisense Pulse Review: The best Google TV set top box yet.
Last week, Hisense, a Chinese electronics company, released their first Google TV device. The Hisense Pulse is the second Google TV set top box to come in at $99 this year. As time goes on, Google TV keeps getting better and better, slowly moving from tech gadget to something you'd want your mom to have in her living room. Google TV has improved quite a bit over the past 2 years since the launching of the Logitech Revue, the first Google TV device. Is Google TV ready for the masses? I believe so. Let's have a look at the Pulse, the best Google TV set top box yet.
Hisense Pulse with Google TV goes on sale on Amazon for $99.99
Google is not exactly a hit-and-miss company, with most of its recently released products reaching heights of success pretty fast, but if there’s one product in Mountain View’s portfolio that’s failed to fulfill its potential that’s definitely Google TV.
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