Well, it looks like a few of the networking vendors out there have signed up to join the Google TV party. Today, Netgear was the latest company to announce a Google TV-based media streamer.
The NeoTV PRIME with Google TV packs a wide range of features into a reasonably small box. Powered by Android, the NeoTV includes access to the Google Play Store for app and media downloads from Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, HBO Go, Crackle, Flixter, Rhapsody, Pandora, an on-board web browser, Google TV PrimeTime guide, USB and network streaming and a whole lot more.
The device ships with a Bluetooth remote control with a touchpad and a full keyboard, and of course, you can control the NeoTV with a remote control apps for Android and iOS.
The Netgear NeoTV PRIME with Google TV (GTV100) is available now in the United States at $129.99
In the Box
NeoTV Streaming Player (GTV100)
Remote control with touchpad and QWERTY keyboard
Two (2) AAA batteries
Quick start guide
802.11n WiFi (b/g/n compatible) with WEP, WPA and WPA2 support
10/100 Base-T Ethernet
On Screen WPS support for ease of setup
up to 1080p high definition (HD)
Digital over HDMI (5.1 surround sound pass-through and stereo)
Bluetooth remote control with touchpad and QWERTY keyboard
Less than 5W when streaming HD video
12V – 1.5A power adapter
USB Media Formats
Video: MPG(MPEG1,MPEG2) AVI(XVID, MPEG4, MPEG2) MOV(H.264, MJPG) WMV(VC1) m2ts(H.264, MPEG2), MP4(H.264), WMV(WMV3), MKV(H.264)
Audio: AAC, MP3, WAV
Image: JPG, PNG
L 4.7 x W 4.1 x H 1.5 in.
9.7 oz (0.275 kg)