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
Summary: As with all Google TV products of the first wave they suffered from late arrival of Android platform advancements. Things began happening late 2011 with the arrival of Android 3.1. Now at 3.2 this TV is just fantastic. Google Play. Developer support. A product with such a powerful application platform is miles ahead of anything else Sony could come up with in TV models. Hopefully they will realize this in due time and come out with followup models.
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.
Was possibly a great idea, but horribly implemented.
29 March 2012
Summary: This is a failure of a TV. While it does display a good picture, that, uhm, is actually all the good I can say about it. Netflix needs to be constantly reset to work correctly. Sometimes twice in the same day.
Pros: Displays good picture. That's about it.
Cons: Netflix only works occasionally, Input lag, Input lag, Input lag, Get the point?
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.