Set Top Box Review – Is Apple TV the Best? Part 3 of 3

  • May 3, 2011
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Set Top Box Review – Is Apple TV the Best? Part 3 of 3

In this blog post I review my 3 favorite set top boxes. These include Boxee, ROKU, and finally Apple TV. Apple TV is the best right? I mean everyone loves the Apple brand right? Well yes that may be true, but Apple TV is more of an afterthought on Apple’s part than a legitimate contender in the set top box world. Apple TV biggest downfall is lack of content support. Apple TV is also more expensive than ROKU and ROKU does it better than Apple. ROKU stills wins in my book.

For more information on Boxee and other set top boxes visit SetTopBoxComparison.com

Apple TV is a digital media made and sold by Apple Inc. Not only that Apple TV also allows consumers to use an HDTV set to view photos, play music and watch video that originates from limited Internet service or a local network. When using internet media services users can access the iTunes Store directly through Apple TV to rent movies and TV shows and stream audio and video podcasts. Apple TV can display photos from Flickr and MobileMe in a slide show, with automatic cross- dissolve transitions. Not only that YouTub TV with the latest scores, updates and league standings and if you are League Pass subscriber, you will be able to watch live and archived games right from your Apple TV.

The sleek new Apple TV has been completely return for everyone’s entertainment. Not only does the new Apple TV have an amazingly small footprint, it also has an incredible energy efficient. It stays cool without fan, sot it is never noisy. And when it’s not filling your living room with drama, romance, and comedy, it uses less power than a night-light.

Everything you want to watch- movies, TV shows, photos and more- streams wirelessly to Apple TV. In that way you don’t have to worry in managing storage for your iTunes library. Either way, all you have to do is click and play. Since Apple TV features a powerful A4 chip, it streams everything effortlessly, without frozen screens. Videos look crisps and clear and just like watching a DVD, you can move it fast forward through opening credits or replay scenes you nearly missed while watching it.

Setting up Apple TV is about simple as it gets. Just plug the power cord into wall and connect Apple TV to your wide screen TV using an HDMI cable. Since everything streams wirelessly to Apple TV, that’s all you need.

For more information on Boxee and other set top boxes visit SetTopBoxComparison.com

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