Craig W (3/12/2010)Need some more info about your equipment to really give you a good answer. I have a new Samsung LED that has the capability of streaming netflix straight through the TV but I don't have internet service at my house. So I use an ATT wireless connection and hook my laptop up to the TV like a big monitor. The picture quality is great. I use it alot. I have been as long as three days with wathcing notihing but netflix.
Does your TV have a port for your computer? If not, depending on your TV and computer you could use an S-video cable but this is usually older modles. You also have to hook up your audio seperately but that is easy.
asago (3/12/2010)I have a Roku and I love it. Since I'm not a big gamer - I don't care about PS3, Xbox, etc... and the Roku cost me $99. It even has wireless so no need to run a network cable to it... and HDMI support.
Corpsman (3/12/2010)Wow... Thats funny, I have a roku and PS3. I bought the Roku prior to knowing the PS3 would stream. I plan on putting the Roku up for sale here probably this weekend sometime.
I would be intrested in the Roku.Wow... Thats funny, I have a roku and PS3. I bought the Roku prior to knowing the PS3 would stream. I plan on putting the Roku up for sale here probably this weekend sometime.
Thanks for the info Buckyt, I'll check it out.I bought the ROKU about 6 months ago thru the netflix website and got $10 off so I bought the digital version for $69 _ about $10 shipping. It has been great. The only complaint I have is when you fast forward thru a movie, it isn't smooth like my DVR. But it's a good deal.