Streaming Player with GoogleTV™
Get endless entertainment from one tiny device. Find what you love to watch across live TV, streaming entertainment, thousands of apps, and the web using one small streaming player – NeoTV™ PRIME with Google TV™.
Now you can have it all in a tiny, powerful streaming media player...
Find what you love to watch across live TV, streaming entertainment, thousands of apps, and the web using one small streaming player - NeoTV™ PRIME with GoogleTV™
Access a growing library of entertainment from Google Play Store™. Choose from a growing library of movies, TV shows, songs and apps on Google Play Store including HD titles, new releases, music albums and your favorite apps.
Enjoy the web on your big screen TV. No need to worry if there is an app or not. If there is a website, there is also a way to watch it with the Google Chrome browser.
Easily discover what you love to watch with Google TV PrimeTime, whether it is on live TV, an app, or the web. It learns what you like and recommends movies and shows you’ll love.
Google TV gives you the best YouTube experience on TV. Sit back and watch, just like you would a TV channel.
Your entertainment options a button click away. Search the entire Internet and apps at the same time and enjoy what you love to watch with Google TV Search.
Now you can connect your cable or satellite box to your NeoTV™ PRIME and enjoy live TV channels without having to switch back and forth between multiple devices. With the picture-in-picture feature you can even surf the web while watching live TV all on your big screen TV.
Enjoy personal media library from USB storage devices or media servers on your TV.
Easy navigation and control using the Bluetooth remote control with a touchpad and a full keyboard. Or transform your Android or iOS phone or tablet into a NeoTV PRIME touchscreen remote control.
†Actual data throughput and data over distance will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building material and construction, and network overhead, result in lower actual data throughput rate.