The remote that comes with the Sony KDL 40W650E is simple. Sony re-developed this remote. It has a keypad, some stuff that you can kind of move the mouse around with, has some buttons you can navigate the menu with volume channel. All that stuff makes it really easy to surf the internet on your TV and to navigate through all the apps. It basically moves the mouse around and is very easy to use.
If you are a gamer you wil find this remote to be a lot easier than a lot of other gaming controllers. It also work perfect in helping to surf the internet especially with the keypad.
Sony KDL 40W650E runs a version of the Android operating system. You can download apps and customize your TV completely but it already comes with a lot of really cool apps. Basically you access these apps right with ease. You can access these apps by hitting the home button. When you just click it pops up a menu at the side and bookmarks which are all of your internet websites.
They have applications that are built-in which function just like applications on your phone and you it comes with by default. By default it means with things like CNBC, the gallery, Google Chrome, Media Player, Napster, Netflix, Pandora, Twitter and many others. In the spotlight section they have a bunch of other websites that are just not in your bookmarks by default but these are these are sites Sony and Google recommend. They include the YouTube, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, TNT, VEVO, HBO and Amazon.
Sony KDL 40W650E has all sorts of websites that deliver video content to the Google TV. You might have read news reports of sites like Hulu blocking Google TV or a lot of networks blocking Google TV. It’s because they can recognize what type of browser you’re using when you visit their site so they block traffic to it. There are so many cool channels and features. You can access the Amazon Web site and pull up Amazon and look at all their videos and on-demand.
Main Features for Sony KDL 40W650E
40 Inch Display
1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution
Clear Resolution Enhancer
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)