If you've been following the news lately, you can probably recall Sony's elusive entertainment device that appeared shortly on Sony's website last week. It was never official after all.
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Today, the company is finally making it official, calling it the Sony Bravia Smart Stick. Essentially, this device is built to further improve Sony's 2013 TVs by expanding its capabilities.
How? Well, Sony's actually integrating Google's nifty services into the Smart Stick. By that we mean Google Play for thousands of apps, and Chrome browser for surfing your favorite websites. It's even pre-installed with entertainment apps like YouTube, Netflix, Pandora, Amazon Instant Video, and more.
Simply connect the device to your TV via the MHL slot, and you are good to go. It's also bundled with Sony's voice-activated remote control that has a QWERTY keyboard on it.
You can buy the Bravia Smart Stick now via Sony stores and select retailers at $149.99