Consumers hoping to get their hands on a Google TV device might only need to wait two more weeks, Engadget reported today.
Citing unnamed sources, the technology blog reported that Logitech is planning to release its Revue set-top box on September 29. Engadget said the Revue will retail for $299.
Rumors surrounding Google TV have been cropping up quite a bit lately. Earlier this week, aclaimed Google TV would be launching on October 17. That followed a comment made by Google earlier this year, claiming its service--which allows people to search for content on the Web and on cable boxes-- .
However, that doesn't mean that Engadget's latest report of a September 29 release for the Logitech Revue is inaccurate. Last week, Intel CEO Paul Otellini told The Wall Street Journal that Google TV devices would " ."
If the Logitech Revue does indeed hit store shelves on September 29, it could coincide with the release of the recently announced Apple TV. Apple's set-top box, which will let people rent films and TV shows and watch content from Netflix's Instant Streaming service, is . Apple's device will retail for $99.
Logitech would not comment on Engadget's report.