D-Link's Boxee Box

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How does the Boxee Box stack up as a living-room entertainment unit?

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Canadian support

Anonymous's picture

I see on Boxee's website a lot of request for support of Canadian users. Posts have not been updated since April 2011 on this subject.

This is a real issue

I've got to say - this little

Brasil's picture

I've got to say - this little box has turned into the best streamer on the market. The initial firmware was not-so-hot, but Boxee has since made considerable improvements.

Mostly out of date information

HD's picture

Sorry to say but most of that information about both Boxee and XBMC are very much out of date even before this review was posted :(

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