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Boxee Box launches in 33 countries, promises Netflix, Hulu Plu, more

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 14 Nov 2010 16:44 User comments (2)

Boxee Box launches in 33 countries, promises Netflix, Hulu Plu, more The D-Link Boxee Box set-top has launched in 33 countries this week, with the company promising Hulu Plus and Netflix support in the near future.
Boxee's first set-top is a streaming device which also has support or a plethora of codecs.

The device sells for $200, more expensive than the rival Apple TV but cheaper than the Google TV-supporting Logitech Revue.

Additionally, the Box has expandable content through apps, and can also read content from external drives or wireless networks.

Besides Hulu Plus and Netflix, Boxee has also promised premium subscription apps for VUDU, MUBI, OpenFilm, IndieMoviesOnline, EZTakes, MLB TV, NHL GameCenter, Flickr, and Pandora.

All videos are viewable at 1080p and the Box comes with a complete WebKit browser, including HTML5 support.

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2 user comments

115.11.2010 3:27

Another Hulu plus device for Hulu to turn off a week after launch...

215.11.2010 9:01

Boxee is great! but the box itself is a little pricey. I downloaded there software, its free. In my opinion does a better job than wmc tagging movies and tv shows.

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