Now it’s official: LG, Samsung, Sony (s SNE) and Vizio will be showing off new Google (s GOOG) TV hardware at CES, according to a Google blog post, which also revealed that at least one of these CE makers is ready to take the Google TV experience outside the U.S.: Sony will unveil new gear for the U.S. markets as well as plans to offer Google TV products “in several countries around the world,” the post reads.

This year’s CES could become a bit of a second coming for Google TV. Last year, Vizio and others announced their intention to sell Google TV devices, but the lackluster reception of the platform’s first version stopped them from following through. Google TV 2.0 — which has access to the Android Market — launched in October, and it now seems like the platform may be gaining some momentum. Here are the key things…

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