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HD Nation Reviews Logitech Revue

HD Nation is your location for the latest in HD content and devices. This week, the hosts start the show by discussing a new trade-up program from Warner Brothers Studios. The program allows costumers to hand in their DVD movies and then be able to purchase the Blu-ray equivalent or a different Blu-ray movie for just under $5. The only speculations are that the DVD has to be a major feature and no porn will be accepted. Since today is Election Day, this week’s Top Five movies will be top five election movies that are in Blu-ray. This list includes titles like Election, Milk, The Manchurian Candidate, Nixon, and W. The big article though this week was a hand on review of the Logitech Revue set-top-box. The device is the first of its kind to include the Google TV platform. The hosts think that the Revue is pretty good for a first generation product. They really liked the included keyboard that is capable of communicating with the box with out worrying about a line of sight. The hosts were also impressed that the device was able to reach out to small online video websites like Revision 3 and many others. Not only that, but it was able to automatically detect the content on a user’s content library and queue that up as well. The hosts think that the performance and the power of the Revue could easily be a simple computer for the living room.

[via Revision 3]

One Response to “HD Nation Reviews Logitech Revue”

  1. Jason Says:

    I love my Revue, but it is new technology as well, so it is only going to get better. The Revue can be purchased through DISH for 179.00 and like it was stated in the review the integration with the DISH receiver is a wonderful thing. Working at DISH Network you would think I would get a bigger discount, but alas, not so much.



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