Logitech Launching Google TV Line Up: The Revue, Keyboard, Mini Controller and TV Cam

Logitech has finally announcing their own range of main ‘dish’ and ‘desert’ for Google TV. Starting from the Revue companion box for Google TV, the full-functional Keyboard Controller, Mini Controler and HD TV Web cam that could let you have your 720p HD video calls.


The above image is Logitech Revue and its Wireless keyboard. Logitech Revue is practically a glossy and shiny black box that could hook up your HDTV with the Internet via 10/100 LAN cable, or via your home wireless network (802.11 b/g/n). In the box rear panel, you can find two HDMI 1.3a output (obviously it’s not 3D-compatible yet), two USB 2.0 ports, and Harmony Link Technology that allow the easiest communication between the wireless keyboard controller and the Revue. This Logitech Revue might cost $300 to own one in this end of October.


Secondly, the third image is the Logitech mini controller for Revue. Beside it’s small (palm-sized) keyboard, the mini controller also providing a touchpad and remote controller. It could provide users an all-in-one control over the Google TV without holding a large keyboard wherever they go. The Logitech Mini Controller is only 6-inch by 3.5-inch, has internal rechargeable Lithium-ion battery that is good for two weeks of usage.


Lastly, this is the Logitech TV Cam, a USB connected web camera that will make a good use of the Revue’s USB 2.0 port. The web camera is featuring Carl Zeiss optics, has 5 times digital zoom, directional microphones, noise and echo cancellation.

The Logitech TV cam also coming with Vid HD software, and RightLight 2 technology that could adjust images in dim lighting environment. It might cost you $150 for owning own.

[More Details: Logitech Blog]

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  • fettman24

    I got my Logitech Revue shortly after the release. I was very excited for it, I had a lot of time to get comfortable with it. Working for DISH Network we were testing it before it officially came out, so I knew the benefits of it and made sure to add it to my home theater set up. I have it integrated to my DISH set up at home, seamless connection between the Logitech and my receiver. Plus being able to update Facebook or check Twitter without having to get off the couch, HA, what else could an American ask for?

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