Logitech Revue gets another Honeycomb leak, Apps now showing in Android Market

September 14, 2011
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Well folks, it looks like we are now seeing a second leak of Android Honeycomb for the Logitech Revue. From watching the video leaked along with it you can clearly see things are moving along quite nicely and it appears much closer to release than the last. If this doesn't make you want to run out and buy one for $99 I don't know what will -- except for maybe Ice Cream Sandwich.

Like I mentioned above we have a video rundown of this second leak and thanks to them we have about 8 minutes of video showing plenty about the new Honeycomb build. Things are starting to look a lot more polished, smooth, and it even has Netflix but I'll let you see for yourself.

Also while this isn't extremely new this goes along nicely with this latest leak. Now available in both the web market and on the Logitech Revue we are starting to see Google TV apps appear. Shown in the image above there is a nice little group of apps available right now, I want to try out Napster myself.

These leaks for the Revue aren't anywhere near complete and only for the bold and daring. If you'd like to give it a try you can find the files here. If you've yet to buy the Logitech Revue remember now they are only just $99 dollars should you decide to give things a try.

[via ChannelAndroid]


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  • http://karmamule.wordpress.com Eddie Yasi

    I just picked up a Revue last night for the $99 price and didn’t even know Honeycomb was due for it!  That’s a nice bonus… :-)

    Posted a mini-review on G+:

    https://plus.google.com/108927852246718577163/posts/J9MD5Fb5Nkh

  • http://karmamule.wordpress.com Eddie Yasi

    I just picked up a Revue last night for the $99 price and didn’t even know Honeycomb was due for it!  That’s a nice bonus… :-)

    Posted a mini-review on G+:

    https://plus.google.com/108927852246718577163/posts/J9MD5Fb5Nkh

  • Andrew

    I thought one of the BIG new features in Google TV 2.0 was a full Chrome browser? Shouldn’t a full Chrome browser behave in a similar way as it does on a PC – being able to do Google web search and move around the Internet, going to different sites, similar to a PC?  This reviewer skipped over Chrome.  What about YouTube – I did not see it in the review also.  The reviewer could have covered a lot in 8 minutes.  YouTube browsing in Google TV 1.0 is quite restrictive compared to using the PC – I am hoping this is one of the things they fixed, but from the review – I will never know.