Logitech Sees Better Reviews for Revue Google TV Device

It’s been far from smooth sailing in the early days of Google TV. But partner Logitech International insists the winds are beginning to blow its direction.

New devices based on Google’s TV software billed themselves as offering the whole Internet on users’ televisions, not a walled garden of selected offerings typified by products like Apple TV. But some early reviews of hardware based on the approach–including a Sony TV and Logitech’s Revue set-top box–have been negative. And some content providers have also blocked their offerings from working with Google TV.

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