Last week we told you that Google had asked a number of its Google TV partners to hold off showing their products at CES, this was down to the fact that Google has a software update coming out for Google TV devices which is reported to fix many of the problems.
A number of sites reported that Logitech would be suspending production of their Revue Google set top boxes, but Logitech has now responded and has said that there is nothing wrong with their Revue Google TV and that they will be showing it off at CES 2011.
At Logitech we usually refrain from commenting on rumors and speculation. But I can’t ignore the recent puzzling speculation that Google has asked Logitech to suspend production of Logitech Revue to address software issues.
Logitech and Google continue to have a collaborative, effective working relationship as we listen to consumer feedback and work together on enhancements to the Google TV platform. We at Logitech are enthusiastic about Google TV and our role in bringing this new platform to U.S. consumers.
Logitech’s Revue team will be heading to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in early January, where we look forward to demonstrating how Google TV is transforming the TV-watching experience.
So I guess that clears that up then, we can expect to see the Logitech Revue at CES 2011, and possibly Sony’s range of Google TVs, although it still isn’t clear if we will see any other devices from other manufacturers.
via Logitech BlogFiled Under: Technology News