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Old May 14, 2013, 12:16 PM   #1
Razeus
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Just got my Apple TV

Apple 3 Version 2 to be exact.

I'm not sure why I went so long without one. I've basically been using all sorts of software to try to stream movies/TV from my iMac (in the upstairs games room) to my main HDTV (downstairs in the living room) and eventually using USB hard drives/SD cards to copy movies to them and plug them into my HDTV. Such a hassle.

Using the Apple TV, my streaming life got 1000x easier.
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Old May 14, 2013, 01:42 PM   #2
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Apple 3 Version 2 to be exact.

I'm not sure why I went so long without one. I've basically been using all sorts of software to try to stream movies/TV from my iMac (in the upstairs games room) to my main HDTV (downstairs in the living room) and eventually using USB hard drives/SD cards to copy movies to them and plug them into my HDTV. Such a hassle.

Using the Apple TV, my streaming life got 1000x easier.
Same here. Was trying to do everything with a PS3. I could get it done but it always buffered or errored in some way or another. I had pleanty of bandwith, just very unreliable.

I have been very pleased with AppleTV. Aside from an occasional sync problem when pausing a movie...been flawless.
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