The price dropped (temporarily?) to $99 from $299 for the Logitech Revue. Sales have been poor, especially after numerous video streaming sites started blocking Google TV. I believe the box was plagued early on with software glitches as well. Over the air (OTA) updates have fixed some of these issues - e.g. the Netflix app has improved. The $99 price point is tempting me to try one out. I stream netflix a lot and I hate the Tivo netflix integration - very clunky. I'm also looking for a way to get my other media on the local network to the device. My first gen. AppleTV is a pain for getting video to my TV - it has a very limited set of video formats it supports. That said, I'm still searching for what video formats and home media streaming the Revue supports. I also like the idea of having the web along side the TV - the PIP web browser/video is interesting. Many times, I've hunted down my laptop or iPhone to look up something related to the show I'm watching...
What are you thoughts on the Revue? Have one? Is it worth it give the $99 price point? Let me know.
John Duprey is a husband and father. He is also a software architect for Thomson Reuter's Research and Development group.
When not making the world better, one line of code at a time, John enjoys a blessed life with his family.