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Dear Logitech: The Revue Is Overpriced

Dear Logitech: The Revue Is Overpriced

I’m a firm believer in Google TV. I think the platform has more promise than any other software running on set-top boxes today. With the right vision and some fulfilment on promises Google has made in the past, I think it’s quite possible for the company’s platform to entirely change the way we enjoy entertainment in the living room.

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CES 2011: All-Star Tablet Round-Up

CES 2011: All-Star Tablet Round-Up

Every CES has its unofficial theme - we've seen netbooks and ereaders flood the booths in previous years - and 2011 was the turn of tablets. As predicted before the show, the rise of the iPad, the imminent release of Android 3.0 Honeycomb and the promise of a new, lucrative segment has worked like catnip to manufacturers large and small. Check out the SlashGear CES 2011 tablet roundup after the cut.

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Skype headed to Sony Bravia and Vizio Via TVs soon

Skype headed to Sony Bravia and Vizio Via TVs soon

If you are a fan of chatting with your friends and family, using Skype you will have access to the service on a couple more platforms really soon according to Skype. Skype reports that its service will hit the Sony Bravia line of HDTVs and the Vizio Via line of HDTVs "soon."

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OnLive slash MicroConsole by 33%; promise SRS 5.1 Surround Sound in early 2011

OnLive slash MicroConsole by 33%; promise SRS 5.1 Surround Sound in early 2011

OnLive has slashed pricing on its MicroConsole TV adapter, discounting the streaming gaming device to $66 for the duration of CES 2011. Meanwhile, the company is also demonstrating the incoming SRS 5.1 Surround Sound upgrade, which is expected to arrive as a free update to all OnLive users early in 2011.

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OnLive hitting Vizio VIA smart TVs, VIA Tablet & VIA Phone

OnLive hitting Vizio VIA smart TVs, VIA Tablet & VIA Phone

Vizio may have detailed their 2011 TV line-up, but they missed out one important addition: OnLive gaming. The streaming game company has been added as a part of the Vizio VIA smart TV platform, putting new releases and casual gaming not just on the VIA-compliant HDTVs but on the freshly announced VIA Phone and VIA Tablet.

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Vizio 2011 HDTV range detailed: Google TV, Theater 3D, 21:9 and more

Vizio 2011 HDTV range detailed: Google TV, Theater 3D, 21:9 and more

After a day or two of partial announcements, Vizio has lifted the veil on its full 2011 line-up of HDTVs, including VIA Plus Google TV models, a pair of 21:9 Cinema Display screens, and Theater 3D sets. Over 40 TVs are on offer, ranging from 16-inches to 71-inches, and both edge and smart-dimming LED backlighting is on offer.

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Vizio 21:9 Cinema Display HDTV promises 2560 x 1080p

Vizio 21:9 Cinema Display HDTV promises 2560 x 1080p

Vizio's new smart TV range aren't the only HDTVs the company is bringing to CES 2011 this week; a new teaser for the 21:9 aspect 58-inch Vizio Cinema Display has appeared on the company's site. Running at extra-wide 2560 x 1080 resolution, the Vizio Cinema Display follows in Philips' footsteps but hopefully with a more affordable price tag.

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The Daily Slash: January 3, 2011

The Daily Slash: January 3, 2011

IT HAS BEGUN! We are less than... 12 hours away from the biggest electronics and tech show of the year. Oh man is it CES? Yes it is. We're there, we're all pumped up, and we're about to give you such a coverage as you have never seen. You'd better get just as pumped up as we are about this. On the other hand, it's time to get eternally fearful like Evan, who columns My First CES, & Why I’m Scared Out of my Mind. Next, check out Chris Davies' column by the name of CES 2011: The Tablet Reboot. Don Reisinger brings up a find column point on I’m Bored With Nintendo’s First-Party Games. And take a peek at one gigantoric monster desktop replacement notebook review of the HP ENVY 17 3D Review by yours truly. And just SEE if you can sleep, just SEE if you can get a wink of sleep now that you know CES is tomorrow, starting bright and early. Morning time. CES. Be there. Be here.

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Vizio Theater 3D HDTVs detailed: 22″ to 71″ Smart TVs

Vizio Theater 3D HDTVs detailed: 22″ to 71″ Smart TVs

Vizio's VIA Plus Google TV and Android smartphone and tablet aren't the company's only new products for CES 2011; the company also has a fresh range of Theater 3D HDTVs running the gamut of 22- to 71-inches. The passive 3D sets use battery-free glasses, and all models get Vizio's regular VIA apps - including Netflix, Facebook, Amazon Video on Demand, and Yahoo! TV Widgets, among other things - while two sets, the Vizio XVT3D476SV and XVT3D556SV, have Google TV functionality.

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Vizio VIA Phone & VIA Tablet detailed as VIA Plus Google TV makes debut

Vizio VIA Phone & VIA Tablet detailed as VIA Plus Google TV makes debut

Further details on Vizio's Android powered tablet and smartphone have emerged, with the company confirming that the Via Phone and Via Tablet will come with IR blasters to allow them to double as universal remote controls for your home A/V setup. Both devices have a 1GHz processor, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth, along with HDMI, GPS and a microSD card slot. They'll play particularly nicely with VIA Plus, Vizio's new Google TV based range of HDTVs and Blu-ray players.

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Vizio’s Android Via Tablet and Via Phone revealed

Vizio’s Android Via Tablet and Via Phone revealed

Vizio is best known for its affordable HDTV range, but the company is planning on launching an Android-based tablet and smartphone later in 2011. The Vizio Via Phone has a 4-inch touchscreen and twin cameras, while the Vizio Via Tablet has an 8-inch touchscreen and a front-facing camera; each has Android Market access and HDMI connectivity.

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Google TV to miss CES: Toshiba, LG & Sharp freeze product lines

Google TV to miss CES: Toshiba, LG & Sharp freeze product lines

Google has reportedly frozen plans for a CES 2011 fanfare of Google TV, over fears that the system is not yet ready for primetime. The delay, tipped to the NY Times by sources close to the company's plans, suggests that Google's hardware partners - including Toshiba, LG and Sharp - have agreed to put their launch plans on hold as the search giant refines the Android-based Google TV software, based on mediocre feedback from buyers and the tech industry in general.

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