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Sony NSX-32GT1 Google Internet TV LCD HDTV Review

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The NSX-32GT1 looks good, has good overall picture quality, has built-in WiFi, and connects to the actual internet.

October 18, 2010
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Introduction

The Sony NSX-32GT1 is the first TV to feature software designed by Google. While the TV is definitely the best we've seen at surfing the internet—and we're talking the actual internet here, not a few links to a handful of pre-approved content providers—we thought the interface itself was strangely inconsistent. The TV is great overall, but it definitely has the quirks of a first-generation product.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Blacks & Whites
  4. Color Accuracy
  5. Motion
  6. Viewing Effects
  7. Calibration
  8. Remote Control
  9. Connectivity
  10. Audio & Menus
  11. Multimedia & Internet
  12. Power Consumption
  13. Sony Bravia KDL-32EX700 Comparison
  14. Samsung UN46C7100 Comparison
  15. LG 47LX6500 Comparison
  16. Conclusion
  17. Series Comparison
  18. Photo Gallery
  19. Ratings & Specs
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