Boxee Is Shipping, Netflix And Hulu Support Still Coming In 2010

Posted: Nov 11 2010, 8:47am CST | by , Updated: Nov 11 2010, 10:36am CST, in Shopping | Home Entertainment


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The Boxee Box by D-Link started shipping yesterday. It has been a long wait, Boxee was first introduced at the CES 2010 almost a year ago. The Boxee streaming devices have already arrived at some customers who ordered it from Amazon.

As part of the launch Boxee announced that they will support Vudu, Hulu Plus and Netflix video streaming before the end of the year. One of the advantages Boxee has over the new Apple TV is that it outputs full HD (1080p) to your HDTV. It is also more open than the Apple TV, working with tons of codecs and lets you play free media available on the net. The Boxee Box also supports the latest HTML5 apps. NY Times, HBO, Turner, USA Today, Vimeo, YouTube and many others have already created HTML5 Apps that you can use on your TV via Boxee.

The Boxee Box by D-Link sells for $199.99 on Amazon.

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