what are some good stream box that will let me stream, internet content and Hulu. I purchased a Google TV and it is lacking a lot of what I need it to accomplish. Any good box out there and users feed back will be more than welcome.
I am using my Amahi Home Server to serve my digital media using mini-dlna application to my PS 3 in the family room. That works very well, and I would like to find a smaller appliance similar to an AppleTV that can stream from my home server, while also being able to stream podcasts like the AppleTV can to the television in my bedroom. I can't use the AppleTV as it doesn't support UPnP, and neither does the Roku box. I also want it to be able to stream from Netflix as well. Does anyone know of...
I am tired of paying $100 a month! What do you all recommend? A Roku, or maybe a Boxee? How about both? My main needs currently are a few shows on the USA Network, Doctor Who (OF COURSE), Thundercats 2011, and a few local television shows. Any direction at all will be appreciated!
It's getting to be a hassle to find stuff to watch on Netflix so I thought I'd ask for people's list of favorite movies, documentaries, series, whatever. Can be as long or as short as you'd like. Also, if you have any great links to sites that list or make it easier to find good streaming content on Netflix, please share.
If I were to want to let my gold account expire, I couldn't stream Netflix on the TV anymore. The Netflix experience is very good on 360. Are there any other hardware devices, such as the Roku HD or similar, that are comparable or better for streaming (and searching Netflix? I guess I could use WMC (Win 7 version) also. I've heard rather bad things about Netflix built in to hardware (blu-ray players mostly), though that maybe wifi issues and not the hardware necessarily.
The one piece of official information I can't find about the Roku box is whether or not it supports UPNP media servers. Specifically, I am wondering if I can stream video/audio from my Mediatomb server or my laptop running Windows 7. Anyone have any success in that department?
Has anybody tried to stream video from a HP Media Smart Server (Windows Home Server OS) to a Roku Video Player. I've read that it can be done, but I'm curious to know if there are codec limitations at all. Most of my videos are AVI with DIVX. Thanks in advance!
sometimes when i'm watching a show or just trying to get off the screen save the remote does not work until i get right close to the device, it's very frustrating and im wondering if anyone else has this issue