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Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black

Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black
Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black

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Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black

Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black

Access more entertainment than ever. Presenting Sony Internet TV, powered by Google TV. Search the entire web, TV listings and apps1 to find exactly what you’re looking for. Watch TV, browse the internet2, or do both at the same time on the same screen. Plus, finding your favorite content is a breeze thanks to the included, intuitive handheld keypad with mouse. Now you can watch the game while tracking your fantasy team, tweet about the TV show you’re watching, or update your Facebook status while viewing TV. VESA Hole Pitch : 300x300mm Internet-Ready Television Internet-ready TVs use your broadband connection to deliver dynamic content, whether it’s streaming video from Netflix, new music from Pandora, or a quick glance at today’s weather forecast. Although there is overlap, each manufacturer offers a unique bundle of free or paid services, including streaming video and music, social networking apps, online photo galleries, news and financial updates, weather info, sports score

  • It has 40-inch, full 1080p HD, LED-backlit Internet TV powered by Google TV
  • Google TV brings TV and Internet together, and seamlessly searches your TV, the entire web & apps
  • Intel Atom Processor (1.66GHz) for world-class HD video, audio, and advanced graphics
  • Surf the web while watching TV using Dual View, stay up to date with an upgradeable OS
  • Includes keypad controller with mouse functions, QWERTY keyboard, optical finger sensor

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  1. 138 of 140 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Better than your ordinary TV!, February 15, 2011
    This review is from: Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (Electronics)

    This TV is great! There are some mixed reviews out on the internet about this TV but the reality is, most TV’s can not do what this TV can. There are some limitations to what the TV can do and some down side to the actual specifications of the TV but the positives out way the negatives by a lot. I will start with the negatives:

    The first major negative for me is that the TV is only 60 Hz. While this is lower than most TV’s out there this size, you can hardly notice a difference. The second major negative is that the TV’s processor is also a little weak and causes the TV to lag a little when loading an application. Because of the slower processor speed the TV is not very good for playing video games online but can still work fine for games in regular story mode (Offline). The third major negative about this TV is the fact that some websites block the TV from gaining access to their site. Most of the websites that do this are working on special deals or have already made deals with Sony or Google and only a few websites actually block the TV. The fourth negative for me was that fact that this TV uses an Audio Optical Cable out in order to hook up surround sound which meant I needed to buy a new receiver because my old one did not have an Audio Optical Cable IN.

    Now for the positive features of this product: The first major positive feature of this TV is the fact that it self updates, meaning every so often new software is available that makes it better or easier to use. As of right now each Google TV product should be running Android Honeycomb 3.1 or higher. With The newest software update you have full access to Apps, Widgets, and every feature Android tablets are capable of doing (Except a touch screen) all on your large screen TV. The second major positive feature is Internet access on its own or at the same time you’re watching TV! There are not many other TV’s on the market that have a full Internet browser! The third major positive feature is instant movie/TV show rentals/streaming on your TV. No longer do you need to watch Netflix, Amazon, or HBOGO movies (or any other streaming service) on your laptop/desktop or third party device like a PS3, you can just watch it on your TV. The fourth is HD upscale; this TV can upscale a picture or movie that is being displayed in a lower resolution to 1080, which is nice if you have a bunch of standard definition DVD’s at home that you like to watch. Another cool feature that I have not tested out myself but have heard about is a TV web cam (If anyone has tried this please leave a comment bellow letting me know how it works.)

    Some of the other features about this TV worth mentioning are a universal remote that is functional and easy to use. Note: the mouse on the remote isn’t the best but it’s not the primary source of maneuvering around on this product. The TV also has multiple USB ports, remote streaming from your phone or computer and an application that turns your smart phone into a remote control! One of the coolest features I like about the TV is Google itself. I use a lot of the features Google offers online like, Google Drive, the calendar, and chat (have not tried video), along with Facebook/Google+ and other websites that I can access right on the TV. This is a Great TV and is worth checking out for yourself!

    *If you think you want to try the Google TV out but don’t want to pay all the money for a new TV you might want to check out the Sony NSZ-GT1 Wi-Fi-Enabled 1080p Blu-ray Disc Player Featuring Google TV! Its a blu-ray and all of the features of the TV in a nice looking box that cost around $200.00. I Also have one of these hooked up to a Samsung plasma in my living room and it rocks! Google TV is now available on LG’s new LED TV. LG offers a updated processor and faster refresh rate, making it a much faster, thinner TV worth looking at!

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  2. 41 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent device, with a few flaws…, March 6, 2011
    johnnycab (Chapel Hill, NC United States) –
    This review is from: Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (Electronics)

    I wanted a TV for gaming and video-on-demand (particularly Amazon). I haven’t had cable TV in years and get all my media from the internet, so the idea of having a non-internet-connected TV seemed ludicrous.

    When I began researching TVs I was astonished to find there are basically no televisions that have WiFi and full internet connectivity. And even the XBox 360 I’m buying is crippled by Microsoft so that web browsing is difficult or impossible.

    I really like the form-factor of the remote. I considered the Logitech GoogleTV offering but their mini-keyboard approach seemed inferior compared to Sony’s game-controller-style remote. My major problem at the moment is the optical trackpad / thumbpad DOES NOT WORK! When I click it the cursor appears, and occasionally it will respond and move across the screen, but 9 times out of 10 it is completely unresponsive. All the other keys work flawlessly so it doesn’t seem to be a signal problem. Perhaps the remote is defective, but I sure don’t want to return this TV just to get a functioning remote. Current workaround is plugging in a wireless USB mouse which works perfectly but is inconvenient.

    Setup was easy; however, the mounting brackets on the TV did not slide fully onto the stand, preventing me from putting in the mounting screws. No amount of force/jiggling would allow it to slide fully on, but it’s on well enough to stay.

    Documentation is sparse and I had to search the web to figure out how to add/delete bookmarks and the like. Still if you can get around an Android phone you should have no problem with this TV; it is essentially an Android device with a very large screen and a custom UI.

    I would say if you have a decent TV already, go with the Logitech box (or the Sony one if you happen to want a BluRay player). But if you’re upgrading to a new screen and are happy with the 40″ (or 46″) screen size this unit is a good way to go. Part of the reason I didn’t want a separate box is that I expect Android/GoogleTV will be built into most televisions within a couple of years…if consumers get to choose between a dumb standalone box or a WiFi-connected fully internet-ready device, which do you think they’ll pick?

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  3. 100 of 117 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Input lag, read update at bottom (Will not work with PS3, XBOX360, Wii), April 9, 2011
    D. Maxon (Portland OR) –

    This review is from: Sony NSX-40GT1 40-Inch 1080p 60 Hz LED HDTV Featuring Google TV, Black (Electronics)

    I spent a long time shopping for a new TV and turned down a bunch because I wanted something cheaper. Once I saw everything Google TV had to offer, I ended up deciding to spend more.

    Picture: I have seen some complaints about the picture quality but have not had the same feelings myself. I am in love with audio and good sound, an audiophile, but not a big “Nice picture” kinda guy. That being said the picture quality seems awesome. Watching Planet Earth in 1080 was amazing and Disney animated movies (Like Toy Story, Shrek) look fantastic. My daughter is mesmerized with the picture on these movies. As I am sure a lot of you are aware of, the picture quality of a Blu-ray depends a lot on the movie itself so there are some movies (Like Napoleon Dynamite) that do not look the best and leave you feeling ripped off if you paid too much. I like to use Toy Story 2 as a good test of picture quality because it is not made to have that “fuzzy” theater look and is very colorful. Toy Story 2 looks AMAZING! The one complaint that I think has a little merit is the depth of the blacks in films. But it is such a minor problem that I have to point it out to people to make them notice. Maybe “problem” wouldn’t even be the right word, it just could be better. Its not like this TV is made with an AMOLED screen, the blacks are back-lit and therefore not perfectly dark.

    Hardware: The TV itself seems built pretty well. Along with the HDMI jacks there is an optical audio out that makes me very happy. Unlike my last Sony TV, this set turns the built in speakers off when external audio is connected. On top of that the software allows you to disable the TV sound altogether (When you press volume on the TV it says its disabled) and that is perfect for me because I have a great home theater setup and feel the TV speakers are useless (For me, an amateur audiophile) The included stand on the TV could be better, but its nice and sturdy and gets the job done.

    Software and Google TV: This was the strong point and weak point for me. First of all having Google TV built in is a very useful and impressive feature. The other options for Google TV require external devices that just can’t do what a built in version can. My wife and I love being able to access our TV applications and channel line-up and still have the show we were watching in the corner. The applications allow you to watch Netflix and more and includes Google Chrome for web browsing. The web browsing is just about as good and fast as my home PC. The people that complained about the speed must have been using wireless. Since I stream a lot of movies it is important for me to be able to connect my Ethernet cable right to the TV. The built in processor (1.6 GHz Atom) seems to be able to handle web browsing without breaking a sweat.
    The downside for the Google TV is the lack of an Android market (For those of you that don’t know, Google TV runs on Android). It seems there is so much more that this TV is capable of that it doesn’t do. For this reason and this reason alone I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars.

    Google makes the promise that the Android market will be available for this TV this year (2011) and if it was any company other than Google, I would have waited. But Google is usually pretty good about following through with their plans so I took the leap and purchased this TV even with this problem. Once they open the Android market I foresee a lot of possibilities opening up.

    Don’t let me down Google!

    I don’t play much video games and don’t own any consoles but found that after connecting my computer to the TV there was an input lag (Also a lag with Wii, PS3, XBOX360, Etc). I wanted to play one of my first person shooters on the TV instead of my monitor. I found there was enough of an input lag to get in the way. I contacted Sony about this and got this response:

    Spencer_ > Users may experience a slight lag or delay in response time when connecting the Internet TV device to a game console.

    Spencer_ > This is a natural result of the advanced processing circuitry in the Internet TV device.

    Spencer_ > This is normal operation.

    Advanced processing makes my TV have a lag? More like poor design. They could have at least apologized and said they were working to fix it. This TV has been great otherwise, but this is a joke and their poor response, unwillingness to try to fix it, and lack of information about the input lag before buying this TV makes them go from 4 stars to 1.

    Shame on Sony.

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