Logitech: Android Google TV $100+ Million Dollar Failure

Sunday, November 13, 2011
By OP Editor

Android and Flash running Google TV failed to compete with Apple TV.

Android Google TV Fail

Android Google TV Fail

The Verge reports:

Logitech CEO Guerrino De Luca presented to investors this week that launching the 2010 Logitech Revue Google TV set top box was “a mistake of implementation of a gigantic nature”. Part of the reason? Google TV was “beta” quality.

The mistake, plus “operational miscues in EMEA” cost the company “well over $100M in operating profits.”

Talk to Motorola about it. The Motorola Xoom tablet running latest Google Android Honeycomb software when it launched was a huge commercial flop.

Logitech Revue Google TV originally sold for $300. It was marked down below cost to $100, and still few people wanted it at the firesale price.


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Tags: Android, Fail, Google

One Response to “Logitech: Android Google TV $100+ Million Dollar Failure”

  1. Don

    I thought at first that this would be a winner, but like most of Google’s ideas, it flopped, with others like Logitech holding the bag!


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