Hulu Now Available In New Sony LED TVs

October 14th, 2010 - 8:41 pm ICT by GD  

By Ranjan Bhaduri
sonyOct 14, (THAINDIAN NEWS) Today Sony the Japanese Electronics giant took the veils off the spanking new NSX-GT1 series of LCD TVs and the NSZ-GT1 Blu-ray player both capable of supporting the much touted Google TV service. The new range of Sony LCD TVs is available in screen sizes ranging from 24-46 inches. The TVs will start selling from October 16th. The interested customers can book their orders on Best Buy and Sony website. The price of the TVs with internet capability starts from $599. The Internet ready Blu Ray is available for approximately $399. The USP of the new models is that they come preloaded with Google TV applications.

The new Sony TVs also have provisions for accessing Twitter, YouTube and Hulu. The features are exciting as for most of the users the YTV might just eliminate the need to use computers altogether. A huge number of people use laptops for accessing the media centric sites and if they get it on TV they would not need computer separately. The TVs have got a modified Android OS which will run all these applications including Hulu. Web browsing will be taken care of by Google Chrome which is a really efficient internet browser.

The Hulu and Twitter enabled Sony TVs have truckloads of features. They have Full HD LED screens that deliver exceptionally clear and vivid picture. They also come with 4 HDMI ports, 4 USB ports. They are also WiFi enabled which means one can access the WiFi hotspots nearby to access web and would not need a PC for that. The remote of the TV sets have a lot of buttons resembling a keyboard.

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