Sony’s Bravia Internet Video Link is a “box that attaches to the back of Sony’s forthcoming S-series Bravia LCDs, enabling you to connect your new television directly to the Internet, via an Ethernet connection” — allowing you to stream media, get local weather forecasts, and even RSS feeds. Video after the jump.

So it’s the Internet, on your TV, with no need for a PC. Except it’s not the Internet, it’s just on-demand video from selected providers. And it’s not on your current TV, because it only works with the new models. And let’s be honest, you do have a computer, and it isn’t hard to connect a PC to a modern LCD or plasma, so you could quite easily have the actual Internet on your actual TV

[via Crave]

Sony’s Bravia Internet Video Link is a “box that attaches to the back of Sony’s forthcoming S-series Bravia LCDs, enabling you to connect your new television directly to the Internet, via an Ethernet connection” — allowing you to stream media, get local weather forecasts, and even RSS feeds. Video after the jump.

So it’s the Internet, on your TV, with no need for a PC. Except it’s not the Internet, it’s just on-demand video from selected providers. And it’s not on your current TV, because it only works with the new models. And let’s be honest, you do have a computer, and it isn’t hard to connect a PC to a modern LCD or plasma, so you could quite easily have the actual Internet on your actual TV

[via Crave]