A glimpse of one of the many trends hitting CES 2012 is the advances TV technology presented by Sony. Sony announced an updated version of its Google TV-powered Blu-ray player, the NSZGP9, as well as their first ever Google TV set-top box, the NSZGS7.
As you can see, the Blu-ray design is different that Sony’s model from last year, the NSZGT1. That model, while still available, offered a bulkier look and and somewhat complicated remote. Speaking of remote, it seems that they have upgraded the newer remote that comes with the Google Blu-ray player. It supports gestures via three-axis motion control. There’s also a touch pad on the front, plus a back-lit keyboard on the back.