Netgear NeoTV Prime with Google TV launches at CES
Netgear has rolled out its latest streaming set-top box at CES 2013 it features Google TV. The box is called the NeoTV Prime and features full access to applications on the Google Play appstore. The set top box will also allow users to surf the web, check e-mail, and perform other tasks.
The set-top box comes pre-installed with the aVia media player app allowing you to play, manage, and share videos, music, and photos from any attached digital storage device. The set-top box also supports PrimeTime search functionality that helps you find and watch your favorite movies and TV shows in one place. That search function allows you to find a show on live TV, via an available app, or on the Internet.
The NeoTv Prime also ships with a special remote control that has a full QWERTY keyboard on one side, and a track pad on the other with one touch buttons to streaming services and standard control buttons. The set top box is available right now in the United States for $129.99.
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