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Should I buy Roku, Apple, Sony

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Old 09-13-2013, 09:59 AM   #1
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Default Should I buy Roku, Apple, Sony

I just bought Netflix and I need a streaming device. I am confused about which one to buy. My wife is technically illiterate but my boys could help her. Then I see the same device where one have google TV and the other doesn't. Im not sure what the benefit of Google TV is. I know the price jumps up with the Google TV option.

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I personally like the Western Digital WD TV Live.
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Old 09-18-2013, 07:23 AM   #3
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Netgear® NTV300SL NeoTV™ MAX Streaming Player

This is what I bought. I hope they work well.
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I have purchased 5 rokus now.. Two for me, one for my brother, one for my GF and one for her mom.. I haven't had a single problem and they have all been able to figure out how to use them in like 2 mins. Very simple devices that work great!
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Roku is only one I've owned but its been great. I like that they have the most 3rd party apps and show all content providers in their search and the prices not just steering you to services they own.
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