Yeah buddy thats what I am talking about.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Dude, why are you advertising ur company?
The Combo with the remote is really a good option. I am already sick and tired of using too many RCs. Though like documented, it should not become a relic like the WMC Extenders. But I think, Google had the potential to pull this one off.
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"A relic like wmc extenders"??? WTF xbox 360 is extremely popular and wildly successful when compared to other offerings (apple tv anyone, didn't think so). I am all for the google box if it comes with a new halo game (ohh it doesn't, that sucks). Throw in the Logitec touchscreen remote and I won't pay a dollar over the cost of the remote on it's own.
This is something I have long waited for. I have already been hooking up my laptop to my HDTV with an HDMI cable, but this is a little awkward, and there really is so much available now. I'm wondering if there will be any features to allow you to download torrents or other files. If it is built on Chrome, I'm betting the open architecture will make that possible by google or a 3rd party developer.
This is the end of XBox. That is a great thing, now smaller companies and innovators can develop different types of streaming content to try out. No more chokeholds from Redmond. Gee, its like the clouds parted and the sun came out.
Hey great article, to the no price point. I can tell you since I work at DISH that it is being sold for $179.00 from DISH, which is a savings of $120.00.
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