DISH Network’s Google TV solution is now available to customers for $179. By combining robust search capabilities and the variety of content on the Web with DISH’s onscreen programming data, DVR and Video on Demand content, DISH delivers an advanced integration of Google TV.

DISH’s Google TV solution, which requires a DVR integration service of $4 per month, includes the Logitech Revue with Google TV, a small set-top box available for $179 – an exclusive deal for DISH customers. The Google TV experience is compatible with DISH Network ViP series HD DVR satellite TV receivers including the ViP 622, ViP 722 and ViP 722k.

"DISH Network customers will have access to the most fully-featured Google TV experience available, which includes our unique pairing protocol for simultaneous search capabilities across Web and DVR content, as well as DISH Network’s VOD programming," said DISH chief marketing officer Ira Bahr, in a statement. "Customers can now surf the Web, check email, interact with social media, and find additional online television content all from the comfort of their living room sofa."

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