Sony has given sneak peek at the new Google TV-powered BRAVIA Smart Stick that is due to be announced tomorrow
Sony posted on its official blog, which has now been removed, a teaser of its new BRAVIA Smartk Stick dongle.
Sony's post stated the Smart Stick will allow "viewers to stay in a single menu to launch any of their apps, including BRAVIA apps like the Internet Video Library."
According to Engadget, the Help Guide for the BRAVIA Smart Stick NSZ-GU1 is online for users to find out more about how the new device will work, including listing some of the pre-installed apps from both Google TV and Sony Bravia.
The Stick, along with coming pre-loaded with apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, and Pandora, will also come with a universal remote.
The universal remote contains a touchpad, keyboard and a microphone.
Sony's BRAVIA Smart Stick will allow you to watch a variety of videos online, use applications while watching TV, use the Google Chrome browser for web-browsing, voice search, and watch live TV.
Additionally, users can download and run Android apps purchased from the Google Play Store.