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It is one of four Sony Internet HDTVs released in mid 2010 alongside the matching, Internet-capable NSZ-GT1.

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Pros

built-in Flash and HTML5 enabled Chrome web browser

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first TV with integrated Google TV interface and functionality

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built-in WiFi and Ethernet connectivity

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intuitive, customizable, modern looking and responsive Google TV UI

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cool thumb-based remote with full QWERTY keyboard, well laid out controls, capable of controlling other gear

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minimalist aesthetic

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picture in picture TV / video watching while you browse

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Cons

optical mouse has sensitivity issues - poor in comparison to the Revue's touchpad

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the first TV with Google TV software - will be the one with the most bugs and fewest features that will be ironed out in future software and hardware revisions

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below average image quality - poor uniformity, light black levels

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lacks a swivel stand

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only 60Hz refresh (thus clearly not 3D capable either)

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technically capable but blocked by many online content providers such as Hulu, ABC, CBS, etc...

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built in Google search doesn't search Netflix titles

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missing key Internet applications such as Facebook and Skype

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Sony Internet TV NSX-46GT1 is one of four Sony Internet HDTVs released in mid 2010 alongside the matching, Internet-capable NSZ-GT1. The top unit in the series, the model combines an LCD frame with LED backlighting and integrated Google Television. As well as accessing standard analog/digital cable, users can also stream content directly from the Internet. Once connected by either Gigabit LAN or WiFi, users can access YouTube, Pandora, Facebook, Twitter, etc. More importantly, the TV NSX-46GT1 provides access to the Android Market and the ability for users to link their mobile phone to it. Featured also is a QWERTY remote (described as looking like a gaming controller) that makes it simple for users to navigate the web, type, and search.

Features
  • 46” Sony Internet TV (LCD)
  • LCD w/LED Backlighting
  • Google TV Built-In
  • Upgradeable Platform
  • 1080p Video Upscaling
  • 24p True Cinema Technology
  • BD-Live (Profile 2.0)
  • Integrated 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Integrated Gigabit Ethernet
  • NTSC/ATSC/Clear QAM Tuners
  • DLNA (Photo)
  • UPnP (Video/Music/Photo)
  • USB Mass Storage
  • IR Blaster Control
  • RF Remote Control
  • RS-232C Control
  • LPCM 2-Channel (48kHz) HDMI Audio Input Signals
  • Digital Audio Optical Out
  • HDMI In/Out (1/1)
  • Component Video In
  • Composite Video In
  • Access to Android Market (2011)
  • RF QWERTY Keypad w/Built-In Mouse
  • Link to Mobile Phones (2011)
  • VESA Hole Spacing Compatible
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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