Summary: Equipped with Google TV, the Sony Internet TV NSZ-GT1 is more like a computer for your television than a Blu-ray player. That helps justify its hefty $400 price, but it stumbles as a Blu-ray player.
Pros: Large and expandable Internet selection, Attractive design, Responds quickly, DLNA and USB multimedia, Unusual remote makes text entry a breeze
Cons: Very expensive, Disappointing image quality, No front LED, Unusual remote makes common tasks a hassle
Sony NSZ-GT1 Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player with Google TV Review
18 January 2011
Excerpt: The next time you see Bill Gates on line at the supermarket, ask him and he'll tell you: There's a big difference between proclaiming your domination of the living room and actually doing it. Too many people too often think that the similarities between computers and consumer electronics gear--they use electricity! and now they both connect to the internet!--make them kindred to the point of fusion.
Pros: Brings Google's famous Internet access to your existing HDTV, Apps and internet-powered features go beyond what any other Blu-ray player can do, but...
Cons: Hang on for repeated frustration when exploring unsupported/blocked video websites, Remote control not nearly as intuitive as Sony seems to think it is