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Comparing streaming media players

Dec 28, 2012  |  Rick Lehrbaum
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This article at DeviceGuru.com compares five popular streaming media players, most of which run embedded Linux: Roku; Google TV; Apple TV; Netgear’s NeoTV; and D-Link’s Boxee Box.

“It’s looking like 2012 will go down as a watershed for ‘cord-cutters’ seeking to replace expensive cable TV services with low-cost gadgets that stream movies and TV shows from the Internet via free, subscription, and pay-per-view services,” writes DeviceGuru.

DeviceGuru’s smackdown pits the five popular streaming media player devices against each other, taking into consideration their respective features, functions, specs, and quality of implementation. It ends up with summary tables and comparative ratings.

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