video streaming Stories March 5, 2015

expiredSanDisk Connect 32GB Wireless iOS/Android Flash Drive $35 shipped (orig. $60)

Best Buy is offering the SanDisk Connect 32GB USB 2.0 Wireless Flash Drive (SDWS2-032G-A57) for $34.99 shipped. That’s $25 under the original $60 price tag, $5 below Amazon and the best price we’ve seen by $5.

This SanDisk Connect allows users to “store, share, stream movies, photos, music, and documents across your smartphones, tablets and computers”. You can connect to and share data across 8 WiFi devices at once with up to 4 hours of video streaming on a single charge. You can also access the contents of the drive via a smartphone app or the web browser.

This unit has received a 4.1/5 star rating from over 730 Amazon customers. If you’re just looking for some typical onboard SD storage, we have a solid deal on 128GB models right now.

video streaming Stories September 25, 2013

Roku has just announced a refreshed line up of devices, that includes updated models of its lower end streaming boxes. While the Roku 3 has been leading the way in the set-top box market place alongside the Apple TV, today the company announced the new Roku LT as well as the Roku 1 and Roku 2 which will replace the Roku HD and Roku 2 XD (via Wired).

The new models will come along with all the content the boxes normally come with, including access to over 1000 different content channels or apps from within the Roku Channel Store. With access to apps like Amazon Instant Video and Crackle, many feel this is where the platform carries an interesting advantage over Apple TV.

Another interesting addition to the system is the M-Go video service partnership the company has now announced. It appears as though Roku is stepping into the content space without having to implement its own content service. With M-Go, users can rent or purchase movies and TV Shows with the purchases connected to your existing Roku account.

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Pre-orders are available now for the new Roku boxes on the official site and through Amazon, with units expected to hit store shelves in October. The 720p Roku LT starts at $50, the 1080p Roku 1 will be available for $60 and the $80 Roku 2 comes with 1080p, dual-band wireless options, and a slick little headphone jack in the remote. Even though the new models don’t come with the motion-control remote and the Ethernet port like the Roku 3 (which is currently $5 off on Amazon), the company has added composite input options to make up for it.

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