Reviews and Problems with Sony Internet TV NSX-32GT1
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Sony NSX-32GT1 Internet-Enabled Google TV (TPV 98)
14 July 2011
Excerpt: Usually, when a new technology or advanced feature package is rolled out, TV manufacturers typically start at the top, introducing high line (and correspondingly high-priced) models at the outset, and then over time expand the offerings to lower priced tiers. That’s been the case with such things as 120 and 240 Hz refresh, LED backlighting and edgelighting, and this year’s introduction of 3D HDTVs.
Conclusion: The Sony NSX-32GT1 LCD HDTV delivers Google's Chrome OS-based Internet TV without the need for an external box. This 32-inch panel offers a fairly good HD picture but suffers from a few image quality issues, including narrow viewing angles.
Pros: Good black levels. Built-in Google TV app. Energy efficient. Sleek design.
Cons: Narrow viewing angles. Screen uniformity issues. Some noise displayed in standard definition. Limited connection options.
Excerpt: If every HDMI cable on earth were suddenly shredded to copper threads and you could never connect another device to your TV again, Sony’s Internet TVs would be the ones to own. Simply put, no other connected television packs this much content into one clean, self-contained unit. Though the lack of cables and all-in-one approach eases setup and use, Google TV’s rough edges will still make us warn non-geeks away from this otherwise sharp connected TV for the time being,...
Pros: Complete Google TV integration into every aspect of the TV, Image quality exceeds spec expectations, Modern edge-to-edge glass design, Smart, capable controller, Reasonably priced
Cons: Google TV remains under construction, Steep learning curve for controller, Wobbly stand