Google has made a significant upgrade to the Google TV website in anticipation for this months likely launch.
The new site features a visual tour, showcasing some of the various features of the Android powered Internet TV platform. For example, a page highlighting some of the various apps that will be initially available reveals that Netflix, Pandora, Twitter, Amazon Video on Demand, CNBC, and many others will come built in to Google TV.
As it stands, only two products are featured on the product page – Sony’s Internet TV, and the Logitech Revue set-top-box. Sony is also releasing a Google TV powered Blue-ray player, which is perhaps slated for a later release.
We also learn from this new site that DISH Network subscribers will have access to enhanced features, including recording and DVR access right from the search bar.
Google TV is slated to get full Android Market access sometime in 2011. You can also check out the new Google TV website for yourself here.