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I don't like port limitation
Posted by jescott418 on 2010-10-07 16:42:34
In reply to Chris Maxcer
Even in this day in age not everyone has a HDMI port on their TV. Why Apple decided on this port only can only be described as a needed sacrifice because the unit is so small. Its one reason I choose a Roku unit. I actually think I have much less content but then again I only really wanted any of them for Netflix. I use over the air DVTV which is Free! I like Free when I can get it. If your a real TV show nut the .99 cent per episode could really hurt the wallet. I can only imagine a family trying this. It will probably cost some people more then just buying cable or Satellite.

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Re: The New Apple TV: Almost There  Chris Maxcer  2010-10-07 06:16:08
I don't like port limitation  jescott418  2010-10-07 16:42:34
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