Teardown Reveals Logitech Revue Components

Logitech’s Revue set top box recently visited the FCC, got stripped down, and showed us its innards.  Google TV is poised to come this fall, and the Revue is the first device to help it along.  From the looks of things, the Logitech Revue features a Gigabyte motherboard (GA-SBKAN2), 1.2 GHz Intel Atom processor (Z515), and 4 GB of memory. Turn the device around, we see two HDMI ports (in and out), two USB 2.0 ports, ethernet, optical audio out, and IR blaster ports. The Revue also comes packed with built in WiFi.

Personally, I can’t wait for the release of the Revue and Google TV.  Logitech has a huge line of products that will likely be compatible with the Revue and make my media experience awesome.  Anyone else excited for Google TV and the Revue?

Source: Wireless Goodness (via Androidandme)

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5 Comments

  1. ridwan
    July 08, 14:24 Reply

    a handphone with Google TV, hmm it's gonna be fun and free

  2. banshee
    July 11, 00:01 Reply

    it is suppose to use a Atom CE4100 not a Z515, where does it says Z515?

  3. Guest
    July 13, 21:45 Reply

    Will it include a built in HD video camera? Rumors are that it will include full HD video conferencing capabilities.

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