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Sony NSZGU1 BRAVIA Smart Stick with Google Service

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  • Search live TV1, internet & apps with text & voice search
  • Thousands of apps from Google Play2 on your Sony TV
  • Expanded access to video apps, including Netflix
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: NSZGU1
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.1 x 5.2 x 2.4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FFREMMA
  • Item model number: NSZGU1
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 26, 2013

Product Description

What's on TV? That's completely up to you. Live TV1, single episodes, entire seasons, apps, games and websites.2 It's all there, fully integrated, without having to switch inputs or remotes3. With the voice recognition function, just say what you want to find: movie titles, shows with your favorite actors, or any other topic for video, web and app search results2. Unlimited entertainment for your new Sony TV8.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Pro Gamer on December 29, 2013
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You should know this product is for Sony Bravia TV 2013 and later (only)
It is compatible with the Sony Bravia R S W X series.
This smart stick should be connected to the MHL HDMI port.

What is in the box?
1. Smart Stick
2. Micro HDMI Cable
3. Remote Control
4. Size AA Sony batteries
5. Micro USB cable
6. IR (infrared) Blaster Cable.

PROS
1.The remote control has a mic, which enables voice search (in google, youtube, channels etc)
2. Chrome built in browser, with flash version 11.2 enabled. ( you can use bookmarks, etc)
3. Access to Google Play to download android apps which runs directly in your smart stick, displaying in your TV (big size)
4. The smart stick updates itself (from 3.0 to google tv version 4.0)
5. The Smart Stick to be accessed by FTP
6. Picture and Picture, display two pictures, such as a TV program and a website, on the screen, simultaneously.
7. I like the way Sony is designing the integration between the regular TV(cable/satellite ) and the latest Internet technologies, it is art

CONS
1. I would like to have more android apps compatible with Google TV ( I know developers are working on it), but it is not bad at this point.
2. Some web sites are not 100% total flash compatible, but I know this is a new technology and some web site are working on compatibility. I have sent some emails to the webmasters about it, :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Carne Asada on January 25, 2014
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I am starting this with a description and short overview of features and use:

It allows for Google TV to be used natively with a 2013+ Sony TV. What is Google TV you are probably asking. Well, it is a form of smart TV. There is an HDMI in and the HDMI out is that plug you actually plug into the TV's HDMI MHL input. Some of the 2013 TV's don't have extra power through the HDMI to power this device so you have to also connect it via USB for power. It is all really simple to connect. There is also a micro SD card input. Lastly there is also an IR out and emitter. The emitter is a little IR bulb on a cable that you place in front of the cable box IR receiver. I used a flashlight and shined it on the face of my cable box so I could find the little IR receiver port and then glued the emitter next to it. It also connects to the INTERNET but only through WIFI so you need a wireless router or wireless bridge of some keep that in mind if your whole network is only wired Ethernet.

Via the HDMI in on this little stick, you connect your cable box though HDMI to this little stick and it will process the cable information it receives and connect that information with the INTERNET. First you have to select your provider and remote settings and then it will work. For example it can bring up a program guide to tell you when it will be on next or if you have a fancy cable box that can record TV it can set up automatic recording through your box or possible to an HDD or micro SD card, I haven't tried this yet but it provides me with this option. It also has a built in microphone in the remote so you can speak search criteria or other things to it instead of typing. It can also do voice memos and such.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mr. EE on November 7, 2013
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Really enjoying this device so far; had intentionally bought a LED Bravia TV without any smart TV functionality built in and was work every penny. When I had bought this device from Amazon it was going about around $113 at the time and I haven't been disappointed; the remote control is really useful for interfacing with the Unit/TV, and I haven't had any issues of dropped connections with my WiFi network. There is an abundance of apps that are available to access thru the Google Play website, and I've been able to watch a lot of content without any issues. The fact that this can easily upgrade to Google TV 4.0 is great as well. Just be sure to have a 2013 Sony BRAVIA TV or later for this device to work.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SamIAm on October 18, 2013
I'm writing this up because it's impossible to find a definitive answer to the questions I had before I bought the stick.
I gave it three stars because the unit itself is okay, I suppose. Interfaces well with my R series Bravia. The remote control is awesome for dealing with any internet service providers because of the build in keyboard and trackpad. Earns all it's stars because of that.
I tried to get Sony and Slingbox to tell me if it would support SlingPlayer before I bought it. It's pretty much impossible to get SlingBox to answer any questions, and any big company like Sony has issues dealing with questions like that as well. I was hopeful that even if they didn't have specific Google Apps for the platform that perhaps the built in Chrome browser would work since Sony says that the unit has a built in Flash player. I tried both the website itself and the embedded Slingplayer. If you hit the website, you get a "browser not supported" message and with the embedded player and you get nothing but a black box when you try to sign in. And trying to use NFL Gamepass website it just spins and never displays a stream. And trying to install the Gamepass app gets you a message that the device isn't supported.
Very disappointed. I wanted to replace the computer I have serving these two services with this nice integrated stick but the support just isn't there. Hopefully they'll sell a ton of these and better support for these sites will follow.

UPDATED: 9-Nov-13
I'm adding a star. I don't know it there was an update or what but it will now play NFL Gamepass now - sort of. It does freeze ocassionally but pressing the "jump back 10 seconds" button gets the stream going again.
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