Logitech Revue

Logitech has revealed the full details of its Logitech Revue with Google TV, a set-top box that aims to integrate all of your content--from your cable box to YouTube--to a single unified interface. The Revue is set to come out at the end of October with a $300 list price, and preorders begin today. The Revue will be one of the first products, along with Sony's forthcoming TV, to integrate the new Google TV platform. Here's a preview.
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Included keyboard

The included slim keyboard is pretty slick, and includes a touch pad in the upper right.
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Optional smaller controller ($139)

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Smartphone control

Android phones and iPhones can also control the Revue via a free app.
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DVR and cable box control

The Revue is designed to control your cable box and DVR, although for now it can only search the programs on Dish DVRs.
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HD videoconferencing option

The optional camera for videoconferencing costs $150.
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Home page

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