Seems Sony’s making good on its promise to keep churning out Google TV devices – in fact, the company just introduced not one, but two such gadgets.
As of now, we don’t have tech specs for either of the duo, but what we do know is what you see above: both the NSZ-GP9 Blu-ray player (on the left) and the NSZ-GS7 set-top box (on the right) look splendid, and both have seriously overcomplicated names. Additionally, from the looks of it, they’ll support 3D TVs, so if you’re
rich lucky enough to have one, I suppose that’s good news. Finally, they’ll both feature gesture and voice control, in addition to the usual Google apps and the following keyboard:
Hey, it’s an improvement over Sony’s last attempt at a Google TV keyboard…
Also, both devices will be closely intertwined with the Sony Entertainment network and will be able to stream content from smartphones or tablets.
While we’re not yet sure how the devices will be priced, we have been told that the set-top box will be released in the spring, with the Blu-ray player following sometime in the summer. Stay tuned for more info as we get it.