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Sunday, 29 December 2013
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MikeB
5:55 PM

Julie G: I had a quick look on the Digital Stream website <img src="data:image/png;base64,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" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="www.dstreamtech.com link icon"> link iconDigital Stream , and there didn't seem to be any mention of it being smart at all. Yes, there is an ethernet port, and a description from the Amazon website that it means 'so you can connect to the Internet' but no sign that it will go online (unlike a Humax). We stopped selling that model at least a year ago, decent reviews, but no user friendly. Try a google search , but I think it wont do it.

If you want Netflix via your TV, a cheap blu-ray player will allow to do that - the Sony 3100 <img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAABAAAAAQCAYAAAAf8/9hAAAA1ElEQVQ4y2P4jwZ+/vr5/9nbZ3D+nWd3/uMDDOgC339+/y+RavX/6qMb///////fpT7s/7azB3AawMSABbz+/Ilh0aHNDAwMDAyvPn9iWH9qFwMuwIRL4t+/fwzEACYGCsGoAVQwgIUYRZvPHWDQL/aE83dUz2OQFJIkzgVOWqYM5kpaDIqiMnBct7wHtwu+fP8CkWCGSPUnNxHnhT9//zBsPLmNYdHhLQwMDAwMztpGpAUiCzMLw9svnxi2XjjOkObgw2CvY0NcKKLnrufvnv8nBQAAmKHh8ugfYksAAAAASUVORK5CYII=" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="www.johnlewis.com link icon"> link iconBuy Sony BDP-S3100 Smart Blu-ray Disc/DVD Player online at John Lewis has wifi built in (so no need for the netgear adapter) for less than £80. A samsung 2D non wifi one (but you can use the netgear in theory) is around for less than £50.

Alternatives are Apple TV (best if you've got an Ipad) or Roku (if your Android) - both will have Netflix in them anyway. <img src="data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAABAAAAAQAgMAAABinRfyAAAADFBMVEUAAADEwsSEgoQEAgTOfQQXAAAAAXRSTlMAQObYZgAAAEZJREFUCNdjYIAD9v9PGBjY//9lYGH4epqBkf2lPyMTA4MDAwP71/0QCSYGht8MTAyfWRmYGP4xMTCyv+1mZGD/oH8BYQgAzRQRY31lRHUAAAAASUVORK5CYII=" class="xico" style="vertical-align:text-bottom" alt="www.roku.com link icon"> link iconUK - What is Roku | Roku Streaming Player - just buy one. - £50 for Roku, or Chromecast for less.



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