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Logitech Revue with Google TV (Refurbished)

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  • Works with your existing HDTV and cable or satellite system to provide seamless access to the Web, your TV, compatible DVRs, and Android apps
  • Surf the web for what you want to watch - right on your big screen - with the powerful Google Chrome browser and full-size keyboard controller
  • Browse your cable, satellite or over-the-air TV, plus over-the-web, for shows and movies with the updated TV & Movies app and program guide (Registration or subscription fee may be required)
  • Access Android Market to bring film, music, gaming, sports, news and education apps to your HDTV (Additional terms, conditions and fees may apply. Apps subject to change without notice.)
  • Searches and controls with an intuitive keyboard controller with built-in touch pad so you can do things you can't easily do with a remote
  • Lets you search and enjoy content from multiple sources without switching devices, inputs or rooms. See content from the Web and TV simultaneously with Dual View
  • Always up-to-date with free automatic, over-the-air updates that add new features and functionality to your system
  • Requires an HDTV with HDMI port, cable or satellite box with HDMI out, cable or satellite subscriptions service, and high-speed Internet access
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Product Description

Product Description

Logitech Revue Companion Box with Google TV and Keyboard Controller - Refurbished

From the Manufacturer


Logitech Revue With Google TV
Noteworthy Features
•  Very smart TV—integrates shows, movies, plus apps and the web on your existing HDTV
•  Google Chrome browser for more powerful web searches on your HDTV
•  Redesigned TV and Movie app—easy to browse cable, satellite, over-the-air and over-the-web entertainment options
•  Full-size keyboard controller with trackpad for quick web navigation, typing, channel surfing and more
•  Brings Android apps from the Android Market** to your big screen
•  Streams your personal movies, photos and music to your HDTV with included Logitech Media Player app***
•  Cable-ready and easy to set up
•  Logitech TV Cam (sold separately) for easy video calling on your HDTV****

* Netflix unlimited streaming membership required

** Additional terms, conditions and fees may apply. Apps subject to change without notice.

*** Media server and computer required

**** Add-on TV Cam and Logitech Vid required.



Logitech Revue With Google TV
Bringing it together seamlessly on your HDTV—TV, Web, Apps and now Android 3.1

Logitech Revue brings everything you love to the best screen in your home—your HDTV. 

Powered by Google TV with the latest Android OS 3.1 update, the Logitech Revue companion box and keyboard controller make it simple and seamless to:

• Watch TV
• Surf the web
• Download apps from Android Market**
• Make video calls****

More entertainment choices
  • Bring together your cable, satellite or over-the-air programming—plus over-the-web shows, movies, games and favorite apps like Netflix*—on your existing HDTV
  • Redesigned for easy navigation with customizable quick-launch bar and more
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  •     Channel surfing gets a better guide
    TV and Movie app with improved programming guide makes it a breeze to browse for what you want to watch.
  • See what's on live TV sorted by genre
  • Watch free videos from services like YouTube
  • Stream or rent movies from sites like Amazon.com (registration or subscription fee may be required)
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  •     Surf your big screen with Google Chrome
  • More powerful search on your HDTV with the world's most popular search engine
  • Re-formatted to fit your HDTV in full screen—easily see and surf the web from your couch
  • Supports Adobe Flash video version 10.2
  • Picture-in-Picture takes multitasking to your HDTV—watch live TV and surf the web at the same time on one screen
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        Browse with full-size keyboard control
  • An easier, quicker way to navigate the web on your HDTV
  • All-in-one wireless TV remote, keyboard and trackpad
  • Type, search, rewind and more without awkward onscreen grids or tapping in characters on a virtual keyboard
  • Your TV now has apps
  • Access the Android Market to download Android apps**—many optimized for your large screen TV
  • Dig into apps from news to entertainment, business and education
  • Enjoy pre-loaded apps like CNBC, Netflix*, Twitter, Amazon Instant Video and Pandora
    Learn more

  •   Simple setup
  • Easy to connect to your HDTV, cable or satellite box and high-speed Internet
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  •   Improved Logitech Media Player
  • Enjoy the music, movies and photos stored on your computer on your HDTV ***
  • Access your personal content from a USB drive or a DLNA-compatible media server on your home network

  •   HD video calls from your couch
    Add the optional Logitech TV Cam to place and receive video calls to family and friends on your HDTV.****
    Learn more


    What's in the box?
  • Companion Box
  • Keyboard Controller with integrated keyboard, remote control, and touchpad
  • One HDMI Cable
  • One IR Mini Blaster
  • Power Supply
  • User Documentation
  • Two AA batteries (pre-installed in controller)
  • 1-year limited hardware warranty
  • What you need:
  • HDTV with HDMI port
  • Cable, satellite or telco box with HDMI out
  • High-speed Internet access (Wi-Fi or Ethernet)

  • Product Information

    Technical Details
    Brand NameLogitech
    Item Weight4.1 pounds
    Product Dimensions16.4 x 8.2 x 3.6 inches
    Item model number996-000104
    Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
    Additional Information
    Best Sellers Rank #12,324 in Electronics (See top 100)
    Shipping Weight5.6 pounds
    Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
    International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
    Date First AvailableDecember 8, 2011
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    Customer Reviews

    3.6 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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    When Logitech lowered the price on the Revue from $300 to $100 and then to $80 as a "refurb", I was in. I loves me some tech.

    Setup was as easy as could be. It recognized by Tivo as video source. It recognized my TV model. It seems to be able to control my Tivo without the (supplied) IR booster. Nice.

    The keyboard is comfortable.

    The firmware/OS that came with the unit (2.x) was functional, but hard to navigate. (I say this as someone who has designed interfaces and works with computers every day). Too much "why is this here?" and "what is this supposed to do?"

    The new update to Honeycomb OS (3.x) is much better. Very streamlined and pretty obvious. It also brings the Android marketplace to this platform, although the number of apps that will run on this platform is currently pathetically small. I went through the list and found nothing I wanted to add...

    This is a lot of fun for $80.

    For most people, the big pluses will be the ability to browse Youtube and Netflix, and the ability to use the Google Chrome browser. And the ability to make your current video stream small (picture in picture) while you do it.

    Downsides include the lack of worthwhile apps in the Market, annoyances related to the Chrome browser (no tabbed browsing being the big one), and no native support for features such as Amazon streaming video (which is, at present, accessed through the Chrome browser).

    I'd say with the Honeycomb update, this feels like a B-level product, ready to make it to the A-level with the next major update.

    And there's the rub. You see, Logitech has discontinued this product after losing around $100 MILLION on the failed launch (they built a ton of them, expecting big sales.
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    50 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Joshua M. Bromley on December 20, 2011
    This little box does a heck of a lot for under $100 - I don't think I could ever go back to the way my TV worked before. You can stream any flash based video from any website, or use apps from the Android Market to expand into other things - Pandora, Netflix - they just added Sling Player support! You also have the capability to stream photos, music, and videos from any PC or Mac in your house. This box is amazing - worth twice the price.
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    15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 12, 2012
    I received this as a gift for Christmas from my wife.....well, actually what I received was the Roku XD and we returned it. I hadn't decided which direction we were going with trying out a streaming device and the Roku was easily returned while we did a little more research. Our choices ran the full spectrum from Apple TV to the Western Digital TV Live to the Roku. I had only considered the Google TV devices when a refurbed Sony Blu-Ray with G-TV tickled my fancy because of the price but the overwhelmingly iffy reviews kept me away from that one. So how'd I choose? A pretty thorough mix of science, efficiency and emotion:

    Apple TV - both friends and family owns these and we have plenty of "iDevices" around the house, but from everything I've read, seen, watched you REALLY need to be integrated into the "i" lifestyle to make this worthwhile. Around the house we stream Pandora as much or more than listen to our iTunes music. For us, not quite ready for Apple TV.

    Roku - honestly, with some of the options that the next two devices offered, the Roku boxes just struck me a limited for what they could do. Remember, we actually bought one, but returned it.

    WD TV LIVE - Actually, I was 99% sold on this device when the refurbed Logitech Revue came up in a search the week after Christmas. I liked the options for I/O, I liked the support for local media and the "apps" available. There is a big part of me that still wonders if I made the right choice.

    Logitech Revue with Google TV - WINNER!!! Here's why.....

    Price - How could we beat $79 for ALL of the functionality, at least on paper, of the WD TV Live, Logitech's name (I love their devices) and Google (more to come on those....).
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    16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Lee VINE VOICE on May 22, 2012
    Before I start, I'm not sure why there are multiple listings of the same Logitech Revue on Amazon, but whatever. I just want to get the word out that this device sucks.


    Looks Decent: It will blend with your home theater.

    Decent Horsepower: The Revue is a beast compared to the anemic and underpowered Roku XD. More on this in the 'Bad' section.

    Lots of Apps: I feel that out of all the internet set top boxes, Google TV has the most. More on this in the bad section.

    Surfing the Web: You can play video from Flash movie websites that don't do apps on any of the internet set top boxes.

    Live TV Integration: This is convenient if you still have a cable box. Everything is in one place.

    TV and AV Component Recognition: Google TV can recognize pretty much every TV and AV component, even the cheapest sound bars like mine.

    Price: This is the cheapest known Google TV device.

    Wires: It's nice that this came with at least one HDMI cable. Most devices do not come with their required cable, forcing you to either wait again by mail or to drive to a store. This is really nice.

    Google Music Integration: This is one app that is done right. I wish all of the other Google apps were as good.


    Not Intuitive: I heard from my friends at Google that earlier last year, this device was just totally unusable since the UI was so bad and that it was massively improved last Fall. Frankly I feel that it still sucks post UI update compared to the competition. I'm a techie and I still had a little trouble finding my way around this device.

    Lots of Crappy Apps: Few of the apps are video related, and most of them are just garbage.
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