Most apps working just fine, including Plex, Google Music (streaming), IMDb, Palmary Weather (widget), File Expert, Dropbox. Not many apps for Google TV right now on Android Market, but you can easily side-load apk files.
I was afraid of lack of transcoding in Plex for Google TV, but it plays 99% of files, including 20 GB 1080p video file over WiFi! Very impressive. Also Revue can control via IR-blaster your TV, AV receiver and even Xbox 360 (just setup the video source as as Microsoft MCE-500). And I like full-size keyboard, if you need a small remote, install Logitech Harmony app on your Android phone.
Developers from tabletroms.com released an alfa version of Honeycomb ROM for Tegra 2 based devices (NI Adam, Viewsonic GTab and Advent Vega). This ROM is far from complete – no flash, video playback nor sound – but it’s a start.
A release candidate of CyanogenMod has been released today, and here is a quick overview of all featured tweaks.
Check the “Allow application moving” option and you will be able to move any app to your SD card. If you select the “External” as an install location, new apps will be automatically installed on the external storage.
Now you can tweak how strong the haptic feedback will be for softkeys. Enable the “feedback up” to get more natural response.
You can tweak a long-press of a home button so it will display up to 15 recent apps or any applications of your choice.
On full brightness, the Nexus One without Flash Player got 3 hours and 45 minutes. Playing the video through Flash Player gave a battery life of 3 hours and 8 minutes. Not a big dropoff. At half brightness it was even better. The Nexus One without Flash got 3 hours 56 minutes and the Flash version got 3 hours and 31 minutes. Just a 10.5% change, which isn’t bad at all considering everything Flash Player does.