If you’ve been waiting on a chance to get your hands on the Sony NSZ-GS7, their Google TV-equipped player, Amazon is the one stop shop for you. The device will run you $198 and gives you the standard Google TV experience software-wise, but also includes an innovative two-way remote that features a QWERTY-pad on one side and a touch-pad on the other for easy navigation. Sony’s also giving folks 3 free digital movies with their purchase out of a list of 15. You can find the selection here if you are interested in that specific side offering. Head to Amazon to get started and be sure to read our review by Rob Jackson at this link.
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