Logitech Unveils $300 Revue Google TV Set-Top Box

Logitech (LOGI) this afternoon unveiled the Logitech Revue, a $299.99 set-top box and wireless keyboard controller based on the Android-based Google (GOOG) TV platform. The company also launched the Logitech TV Cam and Vid HD service for video calling.

The box provides a single access point for content from TV providers and the Web, along with a variety of applications. The Revue works with any HDMI-ready TV. The box uses the CE 4100 Intel (INTC) Atom processor. To install the box, you connected an included HDMI cable to you TV, and another cable to your cable or satellite TV box.

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