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Turn any TV into a Smart TV. Android 4.0. Control it with the wave of a hand, using our revolutionary gesture remote.
Turn any TV into a Smart TV. Android 4.0. Control it with the wave of a hand, using our revolutionary gesture remote.
Turn any TV into a Smart TV. Android 4.0. Control it with the wave of a hand, using our revolutionary gesture remote.
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Backer Made Reviews

Backer made reviews are up!

We want to thank John, Travis and their families for giving backer reviews of the Equiso Smart TV.

http://youtu.be/K7NwAsksNjE

http://youtu.be/qHxhKjz30Cw

We will have more backer made reviews coming soon.

Also to come is a hands on video from Equiso showcasing the most asked features.

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    1. Grove Media Studios on

      @Equiso Yes, all questions have been answers sufficiently. It's ashamed you can't send us out one, but it is what it is in the end.

    2. Equiso Smart TV Creator on

      @Jason Marchalonis. Have all of your questions been answered?

    3. Equiso Smart TV Creator on

      @Jason Marchalonis. Your question for Jelly Bean is listed in the FAQ. Let us know if that answers your question.

    4. Equiso Smart TV Creator on

      @Jason Marchalonis. We try and answer every question, but, sometimes due to all the questions some slip through the cracks. Our prototypes are limited and as stated before, we are happy to have users who live in Southern California or Boston demo the Equiso Smart TV.

    5. Grove Media Studios on

      As Brian stated on the comments, he is not located in either of those areas. I like how you totally ignored my comment about demoing it, that's kind of messed up but jumped on his? I am not your average user but, I am also not in those locations. I am located in NJ; why not mail it to both of us and we will mail it back? The best way to showcase your device is to get great reviews and that is what we are both offering plain and simple. Btw, JB source code was released last night. What are your plans with that going forward? OTA?

    6. Equiso Smart TV Creator on

      @Mark S. As posted on the other comments thread. The reviews were done by volunteers from the supporter list. The reviews were also done independent of our staff who are located in Boston. We have no control over what supporters say or do in a review, but, encourage them to use it for whatever purpose they like. We will have the next backer reviews be more techie for the advanced enthusiasts. Also the reviewers are nice enough to give us their time, we appreciate their demos. As stated earlier, business insider has one of our prototypes and is doing a review of it. If Brian Rock lives in Southern California or Boston, it would be great to have him do a review.

    7. Jason McMillen on

      You should definately try to get this on G4, Discovery, C|net or some other techy news place or show. It's cool enough to get yourself a spot I'm sure.

    8. jeff adams on

      Neither HD Video nor a wireless mouse make a good review. That being said I didn't make it through either review. I appreciate the effort but they really didn't provide anything useful, other than the proof that Equiso Smart Tv makes a great kids toy.

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      Mark S on

      The two video reviews seem to be done by family friends, which was a bit disappointing after requesting volunteers from the supporters list. A real review from someone who is familar with Android and setting up shares, more demanding apps than angry birds etc... would be helpful. I'm fine with 3rd party reviews, for me I don't have to have a gadget website like Engadget, The Verge or Gizmodo review it, but you would get a lot more supporters if one (or more) of those sites let the techie community know about this. I look forward to more detailed reviews in the near future.

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      Jonathan L on

      Sorry to say, I agree with Jason/Brian. Someone that actually reviews tech would be much better, not to mention someone that doesn't record vertically with an iPhone......
      That said, what IT guy doesn't have a wireless mouse? O_o

    11. Grove Media Studios on

      I agree, these reviews both seem like a joke. Please send it for review with an actual user and somebody who can shoot a decent HD video. With that being said, either myself of brian have that ability. Why not let us review the product?

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      Malcolm on

      The first revue is more like a bad joke. It would be rated "F" in any school :D

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      Sandra on

      Sad to say neither one of these video reviews seems to do justice to the smart TV. I hope equiso will put up their own hands on video soon, or maybe they should take Brian Rock up on his offer.

    14. Brian on

      @Equiso - I'd be willing to put a little more professional video together with a full review (in 1080p). I have many apps I'd like to test, won't have any audio issues or vsync problems, no screaming children, etc :) I'm an engineer by trade so you will be getting it into experienced hands, and I can provide the "wife test" as well. Let me know if you are interested, I can turn it around in a couple days.

    15. Marc M. Kloosterman on

      Hope its not another Angry Birds video ;)
      Cool to see it running at decent pace! And nice remote; at least not a simple cursory type where you have to use the onscreen keyboard or an alternative home screen because you can only cursor up 'n' down *cough other project cough*, but really swing the arrow around!

    16. Equiso Smart TV Creator on

      @Sarang Shah. The hands on video from Equiso will be coming this week.

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      Sarang Shah on

      When can we expect the hands on video from Equiso? Thanks.