Google & JBL Are Launching a New Line of Android TV Players That Are Also Sound Bars This Spring





Google & JBL Are Launching a New Line of Android TV Boxes That Are Also Sound BarsToday JBL announced that their new Link sound bar powered by Android TV will launch this spring for $399.95 soundbar with an optional subwoofer for an extra $299.95,

The new JBL Link View with Android TV will also have Google Home built in. This will allow you to use your voice to control your TV even if you do not have your TV remote in hand. Launching apps, switching channels, and more can now all be done through the JBL soundbar.

You can also use your JBL Link View without turning on the TV. Your JBL Link View can play music apps or let you listen to an audiobook just by asking it to play iHeartRadio, for example.

For some time now Android TV fans have been waiting for a new high end Android TV device. Now the question is will the JBL Link View be the device they want. According to Google the JBL Link View will launch in the spring of 2019.

Source: AFTVnews

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