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Re: Amazon Fire TV Fails to Rage but Glows Hot
Posted by rtwigg on 2014-04-08 10:30:02
In reply to Chris Maxcer
The deal breaker for me is no USB drive content streaming. I have a Roku 3 with very limited USB streaming, and a new WD box that streams damn near everything. I realize Amazon wants to sell its own content but the addition of AVI, MPx, etc. streaming would be a killer product.




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Re: Amazon Fire TV Fails to Rage but Glows Hot  Chris Maxcer  2014-04-08 10:27:30
Re: Amazon Fire TV Fails to Rage but Glows Hot  rtwigg  2014-04-08 10:30:02
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