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Master Geek
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Topic # 114788 3-Mar-2013 16:38
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Hey can anyone tell me a good way to make my smart TV(Sony hx750)smarter?problem is at the moment I don't have a web browser(only the Sony portals) I'm looking for something fast and easy to use and small;-) ,I'm thinking of Google TV or play TV,or anything that's gonna just work out of the box!also where do you find the specs on what the cpu core's are,I'm thinking like Android phone's double core cpu should be the way to go,so any help would be appreciated.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 773923 3-Mar-2013 17:38
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there are several android boxes / dongles about

this one loos interesting to me because the xbmc team are working with them:

http://www.pivosgroup.com/xios.html






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  Reply # 773924 3-Mar-2013 17:38
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there are several android boxes / dongles about

this one looks interesting to me because the xbmc team are working with them:

http://www.pivosgroup.com/xios.html







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  Reply # 773925 3-Mar-2013 17:44
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Hey that's it!yep thats what I'm looking for but where to buy one?what's in the NZ stores right now that I could just walk in and buy,how about the LG sp820 smart upgrader?

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