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A not-so-well-known feature of your Google TV:

I've come across a few people who were pleasantly surprised to learn about this feature of Google TV, and I couldn't find it documented on the Web so i thought I write a small blurb about it today.

Did you know you can use your Google TV as a "Wireless Bridge"?

What this means is - If you have a wireless network in your home, and your family is getting tired of you running an Ethernet wire across the living room to hook up your old non-WiFi game console - Google TV can restore your family peace.

Most users connect their Google TV device to their home network via the built in high speed WiFi (802.11N).
Few users know that they then can connect other "wired" Ethernet devices to the free Ethernet port on the Google TV devices. Google TV will forward all Internet traffic between those devices and the wireless network.
(You can check in the System Setup "Network Status" and verify that "Private Network" is enabled.)

In some cases, when older devices have only low-speed WiFi or Ethernet connections, you may get better performance by connecting those to your Google TV via Ethernet to take advantage of the Google TV high speed 802.11N connection.
If you have more than one device, you can of course also use a Ethernet HUB to connect your "entertainment center" to the Internet via Google TV.

Let us know how if you had any "I-didn't-know-I-could-do-that" moments with your Google TV.
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