Google TV is an internet-connected television platform which will fit with a correctly sized television bracket. The size of television bracket will depend on the model that has Google TV integrated in.
It launched in mid 2010. Google TV integrates Google’s Android operating system and Google Chrome browser. The plans was to integrate corporate into Sony’s HD TVs and Blu-ray players, as well as set-top boxes through Logitech. These new TVs and devices were to be launched at the back-end of 2010.
By utilising the Android operating system, developers are able to build applications to improve and leverage functionality. The Chrome browser allows internet access making web browsing and watching TV both possible. Customers will be able to access HBO and CNBC as well as other internet-base content, and Google’s partners have created applications that create unique experiences. Android and Apple phones will be able to be used as remote controls for Google TV.
The future is exciting for Google but it has come up against obstacles from TV networks which are reluctant to allow its content to be accessed via Chrome because they want to protect its lucrative TV advertising deals.
Like any other TV, internet enabled or otherwise, it will look best mounted on a wall like a framed picture using a television bracket. A TV mounted with a television bracket immediately looks expensive and demands to be noticed, shoved away in the corner, it looks dusty, unkempt and uncared for. A television bracket will keep your new swish TV out of harm’s way too, so it will look shiny and keep its lustre for longer with a television bracket. You’ll be able to better enjoy your TV with a television bracket too because you’ll be able adjust the viewing angle ongoing, and therefore granted the perfect viewing experience each time you turn it on.