Reviews and Problems with Sony Internet TV NSX-40GT1
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No cord included
Johnnie Williams, Amazon
28 August 2013
Summary: I bought this product from the seller. I was really nervous because when the package arrived there was no cord included in the box. Who sells a tv with no power cord? Luckly the TV worked great, but it would have been nice if the cord was included.
"Now at Android 3.2 easily the most fantastic TV owned"
2 April 2012
Pros: Design. Upgradable Android platform, now at 3.2 with hardware acceleration, Google Play, Developer support (adb). These are really hard to find anywhere today after the Android upgrade made them popular.
Cons: Unfortunately early reviews scared people off and firmware arrived late so sales suferred. That is a real pity for a TV set that is just fantastic now with Android 3.2 Sadly Sony decided to discontinue the model, not their wisest move.
Summary: I really really like this TV, very impressive screen.The LED makes it amazing. Also you can download apps on it. I play Xbox on it, there is no problem with it. I don't know why some people say there is a problem with video games, I think because their HDMI cable.
Good tv for the price, expect input lag on HDMI inputs.
2 February 2012
Summary: The Sony NSX40GT1 is an excellent tv for the price that I paid (around $600.00). The picture is beautiful and the apps are awesome. I love the "built in" Netflix and there are apps that allow me to watch videos and listen to music from my Windows file shares (a huge plus for me). I am very dissappointed in the input selection, however. It has four USB, four HDMI, RF, and one component input.