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D-Link's New Boxee Box Runs Linux, Eyes Netflix

DeviceGuru (1136715) writes | more than 4 years ago

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DeviceGuru (1136715) writes "OpenBoxeeBox.com is reporting that D-Link's new DM-380 Boxee Box, demonstrated last night in New York at Boxee's Boxee Beta unveiling, runs Linux but does not yet stream Netflix video-on-demand titles. However, according to an unnamed Boxee insider, "the goal is to have the device support Netflix." The DM-380 features ports for HDMI, optical digital and analog audio, dual USB, and wired Ethernet, plus it has an SD card slot and built in WiFi. Photos and screenshots are at OpenBoxeeBox, and additional details are on D-Link's website, here."
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There goes my business model. (1)

NoPantsJim (1149003) | more than 4 years ago | (#30376126)

I've put together dozens of HTPC boxes for friends and family who were more than happy to throw a bunch of money my way for the labor involved. I love XBMC, and have been using it for years. When this thing comes out, my conscience wouldn't let me charge for building HTPCs anymore.

That being said, I can't wait to get my hands on the Boxee Box.
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