October 11, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
The Logitech Revue is set to be the first product to deliver Google TV to the masses, but it will arrive slightly later – just a couple of days later, actually – than expected.
Logitech originally said that the Revue would ship shortly, but the company is sending notifications to customers who pre-ordered the television companion box. The e-mail message states that pre-orders have been delayed and will ship beginning October 21.
I placed my order almost 20 minutes before the product was unveiled at CTIA, so the 21st is probably the earliest consumers will see the device shipped. Anyone who placed a pre-order can check their e-mail to see if and when they can expect a package.
Now that I think about it, has anyone placed an order? What’s been the incentive to purchase a Revue; or perhaps, what’s been the hold-up that prevents you from getting the first Google TV product?
Dear Andrew Kameka ,
Thank you for your recent pre-order from Logitech. This e-mail is to inform you that the product availability date has been delayed.
Your pre-ordered product is now scheduled to be available on the date listed below.
Order #: xxxxxxxxx
Order Date: 10/06/10 14:39:59
Your product(s) will be shipped as soon as they become available. As a reminder, you will not be charged for your order until it is shipped. When your order is shipped, you will receive a shipment confirmation e-mail.
Thank you again for shopping with Logitech.