Logitech Confirms Companion Box to be Called “Revue”

Logitech took to their blog today to confirm the “Revue” as their companion box for Google TV.  Rather than forking out hundreds or thousands for a new television, Logitech’s add-on peripheral is designed to complement any current HD set.  So how did they come up with the name?

Logitech Revue does everything we’re known for and more. So it couldn’t just be the Harmony Box or Squeezebox TV or, even worse, the Logitech TV Hub (although believe me, we’ve discussed them all).  The meaning of Revue is a type of multi-act theatrical entertainment that combined music, dance and sketches – wildly popular between 1910 and 1930.

No word on pricing yet but rumors have the Revue in the $200-$300 range.  Fall isn’t that far off so we’ll be finding out sooner than you know it.  Check out three videos which may help you get a better feel for what Google TV is all about!

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  1. yohan
    June 25, 07:20 Reply

    nice, really cool man, cool design

  2. eka
    July 12, 11:35 Reply

    nice video. it’s cool..

  3. mike d
    October 01, 02:56 Reply

    This is going to be huge. Of course, every TV will eventually come pre-made with Google TV hardware, but until then I’d rather use one of these. They’re a little pricey at $299 though…


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