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Sony NSZ-GS7 Internet Player with Google TV (2012 Model)

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  • Search live TV, internet & apps with voice search6
  • A full-browsing experience on your TV with Google Chrome
  • Access thousands of Android apps at Google Play Store2
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameSony
Item Weight1.7 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 5.1 x 1.4 inches
Item model numberNSZGS7
  
Additional Information
ASINB008BDBPTS
Best Sellers Rank #6,252 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 24, 2012
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

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What's on TV? That's completely up to you. With all-new voice recognition software6, just say what you want to find for movies, TV shows, websites and more. Watch YouTube videos from your smartphone on your TV with ease while accessing new apps like Amazon Instant Video from Google Play. One box, unlimited entertainment.
NSZGS7  
Technology
Google TV with built-in
voice search
The search power of Google is now built right into your TV. Looking for highlights of your favorite team or movies starring a certain actor? Just speak6 or type in whatever you’re in the mood for and enjoy cross-search results from your cable provider, the Internet, apps and even select Dish DVR1 systems. It's all there. Instantly. Best of all, Google TV uses your existing cable or satellite service, so you don’t even have to switch inputs to use it.
Browse the web on the big screen

Experience your favorite websites on a grand scale with the built-in Google Chrome browser designed for speed, simplicity and efficiency. And because it features a Flash Media Player, you can view Flash-based video sites for endless video content and engaging interactivity. Plus, you’ll always have the most up-to-date software with automatic updates.
More apps, more choices

A host of made-for-TV apps like Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Instant Video, and YouTube come pre-installed right out of the box. Want more? Download an endless variety of apps from the Google Play store. You’ll find tons of apps just like the ones on your smartphone perfect for watching videos, listening to music, playing games, staying on top of the news and social networking.
PrimeTime – a guide that works for you
Last year, Google TV added the TV & Movies app to help you browse 100,000+ movies and TV episodes. Now called PrimeTime, the app makes it even easier to find your favorite content. Easily access PrimeTime anywhere on Google TV and browse for something new while you watch. Flip through the best programs on live TV quickly, access your favorite channels, see which shows you recently watched, and get customized suggestions based on what you enjoy.
YouTube – now easier to watch on Google TV
Sony and Google are making it easier and faster to watch YouTube on your TV. With the updated YouTube app, one button is all it takes to pair your Android smartphone or tablet to start playing YouTube videos from your device on your TV.
Remote control like no other

You've never seen a remote quite like this. With a large touchpad on one side and a full keyboard on the other, it's optimized for ease of use. The clickable touchpad works just like the one on your laptop, with one-handed operation plus pinch-and-pull for zoom control. Flip it over and you'll find a backlit QWERTY keyboard. There's also a 3-Axis motion sensor for gaming.

Additional Features
Explore the full range of features and options below.
 

Google TV
Now the searching power of Google is built right into your TV. Craving some highlights from your team or movies starring your favorite actor? Just type it in and enjoy cross-search results from the internet,2 apps and even select Dish DVR1. It's all there, instantly. Best of all, Google TV is already connected to your cable or satellite service, so you do not have to switch inputs to use it.

Google Play Store
There's always something on. Download apps directly to your TV from the ever-expanding Google Play Store.2 Choose from classics like Netflix, Pandora and YouTube or expand your horizons with apps such as Crunchyroll, Redux, Google Play Music, Plex, and Qello. In addition to video and music apps, you can download games, social networking and news apps just like the ones on your smartphone. Very convenient.

Innovative Remote Control
You've never seen a universal remote quite like this.4 The clickable touchpad works just like the one on your laptop, featuring one-handed operation and multi-touch pinch-and-pull for zoom control. There's also a 3-Axis motion sensor for gaming. Flip it over and you'll find a backlit QWERTY keyboard that makes it easy to type at night. And don't worry, it knows which way is facing up so you won't accidentally hit keys on the other side.

Chrome Browser
Experience your favorite websites on a grand scale with the built-in Google Chrome browser that is built for speed, simplicity and efficiency. And because it features a Flash Media Player, Flash-based video sites open doors to endless video content and engaging interactivity2. Auto updates ensure added security.

Up to $45 in digital movies
Start your digital movie collection today with up to $45 in feature films on Google Play. Use the redemption codes inside to add 3 movies to your Google Play movie library. You can watch your movies unlimited times with Google TV and anywhere else you can access Google Play on the web. Select your 3 choices from the 15 available movies. Full offer details at www.sony.com/PlayMovieOffer3.

Socialife for Google TV
Facebook and Twitter posts are all in one place on your TV. The Socialife app also optimizes viewing of photo and video posts for TV-sized screens.

TV & Movies App
The cable guide has evolved…again – The TV & Movies App is the easiest way to find and watch the best entertainment available. Browse everything that’s playing right now, whether it’s on live TV or available through online services like Netflix2. You’ll quickly find your favorite TV shows and movies, And also get customized recommendations to explore new shows.

Built-in Wireless
No network cables necessary. Maximize your entertainment while reducing cable clutter and wirelessly stream beautiful, HD video straight from the internet or your home network2. Or you can use a wired connection if you choose. It's all seamless, and it's all built-in.

Updateable Google TV Platform
Technology moves fast, and you want to stay up to date. That's why the Internet Player features automatic updates that keep your software current. When new features are added or existing ones are tweaked, you'll get an on-screen notification to get the latest update with one touch.

Sony Entertainment Network
Welcome to the endless entertainment of the Sony Entertainment Network, where the Video and Music Unlimited services offer thousands of movies and music tracks from every major studio in an instant2.

Media Remote App
Transform your iPhone, Android phone or tablet into a versatile remote control with a full QWERTY keyboard. Just download the free Media Remote app if you’re looking for one less remote on the coffee table. The app also lets you send web pages from your phone to your TV to view on the Chrome Browse5.

Picture-in-picture
Surf the web, watch TV, or do both at the same time. Follow your fantasy teams online while you watch the games live, or update your Facebook status while viewing a movie2. You can even resize the box and move it to any corner.

1.2 GHz dual-core processor
Webpages, videos and apps load quickly with the power of a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor.

Control your TV with your phone
Transform your iPhone, Android phone or tablet into a versatile remote control with a full QWERTY keyboard. Just download the free Media Remote app if you’re looking for one less remote on the coffee table. The app also lets you send web pages from your phone to your TV to view on the Chrome Browser5.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  How does the Sony Internet Player with Google TV deliver me media?
  Choose what you want exactly when you want it—comedy or drama, live or streaming, right now or Friday night. Get your favorite apps,
  browse the web, and devour the content you crave, from broadcast shows to cat videos and everything in between.2
  So I can use Google to search for information, entertainment content, apps,
  or cable TV the same I would for websites?
  Yes. With Google search built right into your TV, find any and all of the content you crave. Instantly. Simply use the keyboard on your
  remote control to search for keywords and decide if you want to watch related content on Youtube, live TV, or saved shows ready to watch instantly.2
  Can I also browse the Web?
  Explore the web—including many of your favorite sites—on a grand scale, thanks to a built-in Google Chrome browser. Chrome browser is designed for
  speed, simplicity and efficiency. It launches and loads pages quickly, has a Flash Media Player for videos, and lets you search directly from the address box.2
  How do you set it up?
  With the Sony Internet Player with Google TV, set-up is simple. Just plug your cable box into the Sony Google TV,
  then connect it to your TV. From there, get live shows, movies, and online content without switching inputs or rearranging cords.

1. Check Dish Network website for compatibility. (www.dishnetwork.com/googletv)

2. Broadband speed of at least 2.5 Mbps recommended (10 Mbps for HD). Content subject to change and may require fees. Wireless connectivity requires an 802.11 home network (802.11n recommended).

3. Up to $45 value is based on redemption of 3 new release features from Google Play beginning 7/1/12 through 7/15/14. Titles are subject to change without prior notice.
    For full Terms and Conditions please go to www.sony.com/PlayMovieOffer.

4. Not all products supported.

5. Application must be downloaded from the iTunes app store or Google Play. Check Google Play from your device for compatibility. Requires devices connected to the same wireless home network.

6. Voice-activation requires a Bluetooth headset or NSG-MR7U Remote Control to function.

7. Movies are redeemed in digital format.

8. Google TV services are subject to change or termination without notice.

9. Monthly subscription is required

10. Fees may apply.

11. Check Google Play store on your device for availability and compatibility.

12. Not all space is available for consumer storage.


Product Description

Internet Streaming - H.264, 3G2, 3GP, MPEG-4, AVI, MKV, MOV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, M2T, M2TS, ... - AAC-LC, HE-AAC, M4A, WAV, MP3, WMA, ASF - BMP, JPEG, GIF, MPO, PNG - Ethernet - HDMI - USB

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This is really a very good product, very easy to use, convinent.
Bhavana
There is a backlight on the keyboard on the remote: it's a little inconvenient (you have to hit 2 buttons simultaneously to turn it on and off) but it works.
T. Towe
There's even an app for that, but Hulu and video feeds from any network's websites are blocked.
Peter Brady

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

277 of 291 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence H. Bulk VINE VOICE on August 23, 2012
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I am very pleased with this Sony NSZ-GS7 Internet Player with Google TV which I received two days ago, August 21, 2012, from Amazon Vine.

I have two of the Roku XDS Streaming Player 1080ps, purchased a year or so ago and which I use frequently; they are quite good (the newer, replacement, model is the Roku 2 XS 1080p Streaming Player which, I understand, is quite similar).

But this new Sony model is much more capable than the Roku because it has a built-in web browser. The browser is Google Chrome, normally a full-featured browser along the lines of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari, etc. Unfortunately here it appears to be somewhat restricted as, so far, I have found no way to add extensions, such as AdBlock. Nonetheless, the presence of this browser adds a great deal of value to this media player.

For example, one of my favorite web sites is the Internet Archive [archive<dot>org] which has thousands upon thousands of free public-domain movies, music, books, and so forth. (You could spend DAYS on this site and not see it all!)

Not only was it easy to "bookmark" this site, I also created an application ("app") from it so that it appears in my "All Apps" folder. (Please read further for instructions as to how to create a bookmark and/or an app.)

Netflix is built-in, common on these devices, as is Amazon Instant Video.
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117 of 127 people found the following review helpful By nycebo VINE VOICE on July 30, 2012
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Instead of spending much time assessing the Google TV operating system, which I've used via the Logitech Revue for over a year, I'm going to detail why this Sony effort is SO MUCH better than the Logitech effort. Hopefully, it will help sway consumers who are on the fence about buying the Sony NSZ-GS7 Internet Player with Google TV (SGTV) or like me, decided to give it a shot and UPGRADE (yes, upgrade) from the Logitech Revue.

First, the physical details: the Sony GTV unit itself feels about 50% smaller. What's nicely done is that the power cable doesn't have a power adapter so it's one less thing to deal with in the AV cabinet. As for the unit, it has all of the standard ports, including digital optical, ethernet, wifi, IR blaster, a couple USB ports, AND most notably the HDMI in and out. You're thinking: so what, the Revue has HDMI in and out, to which I can only answer YES and NO (more on this later....). Also, it's reported that the processor is a 1.2 GHz dual core. I can report that it is noticeably faster than the Revue. Homescreen images scroll much more smoothly and apps load quicker and respond with less lag. All in all, these hardware improvements certainly warrant an upgrade from the Revue.

Second, the remote is fantastic. From the clicking mousepad to the small integrated keyboard, it's a win. While I liked the Logitech remote keyboard for typing and emailing, it was just a bit too unwieldy for streaming viewing and listening. The SGTV remote is probably bluetooth based and works brilliantly even when not pointing at the unit. The one issue I will mention for some is that the SGTV doesn't seem to pair properly with Harmony all in one remotes because it lacks infrared support.

Third, media.
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173 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Micah on July 21, 2012
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Update: December 6, 2012: I used to give this product 5 stars, but I no longer feel it deserves that. The product crashes too often, and while some apps like Netflix work really well when fast forwarding, rewinding, skipping, other apps are extremely frustrating. For instance, you push fast forward for a moment, and you watch it skip forward and it stutters and sometimes leaves you a few seconds later in the video, but sometimes leaves you 10 seconds earlier! And if you hold the button down for a full second, it might skip 2 minutes ahead. It is very hard to reposition the video. I still really like the remote, but this box does not excel at its primary function: video. I am now looking to see if I can find a better solution for me-- anyway, I am looking at Raspberry Pi with XBMC, WD TV, and some Blu Ray players, or maybe an Apple TV but since I want to watch MPEG2 TV shows recorded over the air , I would need to transcoding them to H.264 and I hate burning CPU cycles for that, although it would be nice to be able to play them more easily on phones, iPads, tablets, etc.

Here is my old review:
The Roku has a nice user experience and it also deserves 5 stars (although I disagree with Roku forcing you to give them your credit card to keep on file) -- and if you are looking for the cheapest device that can just play Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon VOD, Crackle, and similar very well, then your best option is a Roku or maybe a BD player. But if you want more, you'll have to start dealing with tradeoffs. For the Google TV, the tradeoffs are 1) that you can't get some content, such as that from Hulu Plus or NBC (although you can through Playon)-- and 2) the Amazon VOD experience is poor (although the movies play back nicely).
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