Logitech has unveiled its new set top box designed to bring Google TV to homes.
The Logitech Revue consists of a set top box and a mini key board, which will allow users to type the name of the show, select service provider and surf the web on their internet enabled TV sets, tech news site Tech Herald reports.
The hardware also consists of a HD camera and is set to cost $300.
“Logitech not only delivers the Google TV experience for any HDMI-ready TV, but we build on it with exceptional interface devices, control of living room components through Harmony Link and enhanced experiences video calling in the living room,” said vice president and general manager of digital home products division at Logitech, Ashish Arora.
Google TV offers Revue users video content from service providers including Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, NBA Game Time, VEVO, VoD, and Blip.tv, while non-video content comes from Pandora and Napster.
Rival Apple TV’s video content comes from Netflix, iTunes and You Tube only while non-video content is offered by Flickr.