By Steve Hanley and Nick PurdySource: Google News | April 23, 2018 12:21:15AMUpdated: April 24, 2018 08:42:47A new generation of entertainment console and home entertainment system has been released by Google.
Google is launching the new Glass entertainment console, a high-end entertainment device that comes with a built-in digital camera that captures images of the TV and displays them on your screen, to its Android phones and tablets in a few months.
The Glasses are also being sold in the UK for £1,599, with prices starting from £4,999 in the US.
The device is a smart-home device that can control all the TV, projector, speakers and lights in your home with a simple touch of your finger.
The gadget’s smart glasses can also be used to turn on and off your TV, and it can record and play back TV programmes, movies and TV programmes on the big screen.
You can use the Glasses to control the home theater, and watch online live TV through Google’s Chromecast service.
It’s the first time Google has launched a smart device that plugs into a TV and can also control a TV.
This new device comes with Google’s own smart TV tuner that can be used in conjunction with the Chromecast, allowing you to connect to a TV in your living room, and use it to control other Google devices.
Google’s Glass TV app is now available for the iPad.
Users can pair the device to their TV via the Android app and stream live TV content through the Google TV app.
The device can also stream live video from YouTube and Google Play Movies and TV.
Glass is designed to let users control the TV’s features and adjust the volume using the smart glasses.
Google said it would begin shipping Glass TV devices to retailers in the third quarter of this year.
The first device is scheduled to go on sale in the first half of 2019.
The technology is not a replacement for traditional television set-top boxes.
Google has said that the TV will work with all major set-tops and tablets, including Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV and Microsoft’s Xbox.