Reviews and Problems with Sony Internet TV NSX-32GT1
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karenw "karenw", Amazon
24 March 2012
Summary: This Google TV could have been great and to be honest it really isn't Google's fault . . . all of the Networks (CBS, ABC, NBC, etc.) along with sites such as Hulu block Google TV users from watching the online content they allow you to watch on a "regular computer". Of course not knowing this before I bought it is nobody's fault but my own - I'm usually pretty good when it comes to researching large purchases but when I saw this TV for $500 I just leaped.
Summary: This would be a great product, except the lag when playing video games is awful. If you just want something to watch TV on or surf the web, this is a good buy, but if you're a gamer I would recommend a different product.
Summary: I can not find anything about Google Tv that it can not be find straight with a simple browser. Remote control have a big problem with the jostkick like part of it. I is very slow. Other problem is that the Chrome version on the TV does not allow plugins and extensions. So Chrome is not Chrome without it. I dont find this TV easy to use or confortable.
Summary: I have to admit, I was not after the internet access with this TV, although I thought it might be nice, I was thinking this would be a no-brainer for the price and built in wifi for Netflix and Amazon streaming. The price for a similar 1080p set with the same features was higher. (wifi, 1080p, etc) My expectation was that the display would be as good as other "current" TV's.
Summary: In general terms, as a Smart TV and display to see bluray movies and PS3 games is excelent, but I could not use the USB port to see some pic or short video. It could not be a problem if the handbook or help menu has a trooble shoting or some kind of instructions. In the settings you could see an HDMI input (4) Built in Tunner and AV/component.And the USB port? In other TV you plug the USB, and automaticaly open a menu to choose pics, video or music.
Summary: I really wanna like this set, really it looks great and for the features the price is very right. I got mine shipped and paid for $480, a modest price for a 32'' fully loaded with web entertainment. Set up is straight forward and a fairly simple. The hardware feels solid, I've always enjoyed SONY products for that reason and the remote is really nice too. The OS has soo much potential, seriously this was one of the biggest selling points to me, android on a tv.
Summary: This TV has decent features, especially the web browser. However, they are not impressive for an android device. The biggest con is the picture quality. As soon as I connected it to HD cable, the image quality was so pixelated and poor compared to my old samsung that I packed it right away and took it back to the store. Of course you don't notice this in the demo mode, which is what they show you in the store.
Pros: Being able to access the internet while watching tv .But that's only if the remote control allows you to do it.
Cons: Lousy picture a 200 dynex tv has a much better picture the remote control has a mind of its own it just works when it wants too.The agravation level that you will get trying to get this tv to work right will cost you a heart attack.The setup manual is onl
Summary: Ok, got this TV only because of my best buy employee discount, which was what i thought amazing, so i did little to no research on the cons of this TV. Turns out... there is quite a list. Image is good, no complaints sound is decent, no complaints Google TVs OS is slow at times, delaying volume controls, channel switching, etc., but nothing too serious. There is yet to be an Andriod market supposedly to be released "Early 2011" [its June....