Logitech in the News – CES Edition

Logitech wrapped up the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this past weekend, and this year’s show was an especially busy one for us. The Logitech booth attracted many attendees who were interested in getting their hands on one of the Logitech Revue demos — and we gave away Revue units to more than 300 lucky @Logitech Twitter followers who participated in our daily CES photo challenge. We also had the pleasure of working with guest bloggers Beth Blecherman, Ashley Esqueda and Nixie Pixel to keep our readers up-to-date on the latest and greatest from the show floor.

News highlights from CES include Bloomberg’s interview with Gerald Quindlen, Logitech CEO, The Guardian’sinterview with Logitech‘s regional product manager Kevin Brangan on the Logitech Revue, and a tour of theLogitech Booth by Nerd Reactor.

Outside of CES, The Huffington Post praised Google TV and the Logitech Revue for doing “everything that was promised,” while Slash Gear regards it as having “more promise than any other service on the market.”

If you haven’t already done so, check out our “How do you use Revue?” site to learn more about Revue — and if you’re already an owner — to get tips on how to get the most out your Google TV experience.


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  • What I want to know is, when will the Revue open up to the open source community? Google announced at Google I/O that this unit would have Google Market Apps available to it, which will actually kind of unleash this product. On the O/S side, Android is simply Linux, and as such would have access to Samba shares (i.e. Windows file shares), etc. As well we would finally be able to download and use the Hulu Plus App, once they have it developed for this platform as well. When will we see this, or is this just a first generation dud?

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