I don't think it will be hard. I'm a die hard Google user. Chrome, Android, Own a Nexus 7, have used Chrome OS builds on my laptop. But Google TV stinks. It's complex in a way TV shouldn't be. The Vizio CoStar was not nearly as useful or effective as a less-expensive Roku.
No one is going to pay $300 for a better remote control.
Their gaming lineup, which consists of a lot of ports of games already available elsewhere, is thin on exclusives (Nintendos forte) and not particularly impressive. I see mediocre to poor sales for the Wii U at that price point after the initial novelty wears off.
+Justin Adams It's complex in comparison to Roku. For example Roku has a very nice Amazon Video application. With Google TV, you get the web interface which is not complicated in an I-can't-figure-it-out way but a "I don't want to deal with the desktop interface with my remote control" kind of way.
Nintendo needs to leave the gimmicks alone and focus on gaming. The Wii was unique and successful at the time but now it collects dust in most homes while people are still playing their xBox and PS3 consoles.
+Mathieu Méa I think that's a better way to put it. I was really disappointed. So-caled channel partners like PBS and CNN don't really deliver well over the Chrome browser. I get much better performance from the Nexus 7. I'd get better Chrome and YouTube experiences if I just popped the HDMI cable into my laptop. Dedicated apps would improve that.