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Netflix 'Watch Instantly' added to Sony Bravia HDTVs

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 10 Jul 2009 3:11 User comments (2)

Netflix 'Watch Instantly' added to Sony Bravia HDTVs According to Netflix's latest blog post, the company's 12,000-strong 'Watch Instantly' library is headed to Internet-connected Sony Bravia HDTVs.
Starting in a few months, users will be able to watch any movie or TV show in the library for free via the TVs, given you have a subscription with the rental company.

Says the post:
"Come fall, Netflix members on any unlimited plan will be able to instantly watch movies and TV episodes streamed from Netflix on Sony’s BRAVIA Internet Video-capable HDTVs and on previous BRAVIA models compatible with Sony’s BRAVIA Internet video link module. With BRAVIA, Sony joins a growing roster of world-class consumer electronics manufacturers providing Netflix ready devices -- Microsoft (Xbox360), LG Electronics, Roku, Samsung, TiVo, VIZIO."

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2 user comments

111.7.2009 14:43

But note that whle this news is about a Sony product (Bravia TVs) this does not include the PS3.
Not yet at least.
Interesting, particularly seeing as how Xbox (as well as a host of others like DVD/Blu-ray players) have this.

212.7.2009 8:38

Wow thatd be cool .What models have internet? I have the brvia xbr4 52". Would this be compatible and if not can you get a addon for the tv to do this HMM! Will be intresting wonder if sonys aware of this or if they'll denie it like all the other companys did at first lmao.

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