Originally Posted by Jaguox
Actually, that would be awesome. I know Sony recently caused a huge uproar by disabling the "Install other OS" feature that many people had used to install Linux, but if that could be cracked to install Android/Google TV it would definitely be a preferable (and maybe free) way to use GoogleTV. I currently use netflix with my PS3, and I'm all for doing the most with as few devices as possible.
I doubt PS3 will be cracked/hacked, especially to the point of installing Google TV, although I'd love to be wrong or see Sony implement it.
But I get your point about doing with fewer devices. The first thought that ran through my mind with Google TV was "can't I achieve most of this with a DVI cable?" As it stands I output video, games, and web content to my TV with my computer and switch inputs to cable when I want to watch TV.
However, as was stated during the Google TV unveiling, it's all about not having to push the 'input' button on the TV remote. This is why I'd like to have an HDTV that integrates Google TV so I can have the best of both worlds, all the functionality and integration without an extra device.