LAS VEGAS -- Google TV may not officially be dead, but it sure looks like it's evolving into something else.

Hisense is showing a nifty little set-top box at CES 2014 called the Pulse Pro, running software called "Android TV v4." It's not exactly Google TV, but it's clearly built on the same foundation, with the same PrimeTime Guide and the ability to run Google TV apps.

For more information, read CNET's full hands-on with the Hisense Pulse Pro.

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