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    Default Razer Getting into Android TV

    This is the first OEM product I've seen info for. It sounds like Android TV is going to appear both in set top boxes and as native software on TVs sold either later this year or starting next year.

    Razer's gaming focused 'micro-console' is powered by Android TV, launching this fall Razer's gaming focused 'micro-console' is powered by Android TV, launching this fall | Android Central

    Would you prefer software on your TV or a separate box?


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    Default Re: Razer Getting into Android TV

    I think I would rather the software be in the TV. However, as I recently purchased a new set, I might have to settle for the separate box.

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    Default Re: Razer Getting into Android TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfdriver97 View Post
    I think I would rather the software be in the TV. However, as I recently purchased a new set, I might have to settle for the separate box.
    I think I like the separate box idea better because of the ability to easily transfer it between tv's etc and you can choose the exact TV(s) that you want to go with it. I guess it depends a little on the ubiquity of the OS on available TV's and how (if at all) it impacts selection pricing.
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    Default Re: Razer Getting into Android TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Spock View Post
    I think I like the separate box idea better because of the ability to easily transfer it between tv's etc and you can choose the exact TV(s) that you want to go with it. I guess it depends a little on the ubiquity of the OS on available TV's and how (if at all) it impacts selection pricing.
    That is actually a pretty good point. Something to consider for those who are looking for a TV right now.

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    Default Re: Razer Getting into Android TV

    Quote Originally Posted by Golfdriver97 View Post
    I think I would rather the software be in the TV. However, as I recently purchased a new set, I might have to settle for the separate box.
    Thanks man.

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