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Surf on your Sofa . Access the internet on your TV with this compact but innovation packed Net TV Box. The Net TV Box is the latest in technology designed to bring you internet content to your television. Enjoy easy living, surfing the Internet viewing your favourite YouTube clips, viewing facebook etc from the comfort of your sofa. Simply plug it in and you are good to go! The Net TV Box is a mini desktop PC with huge possibilities. With a slim design, the mini desktop PC allows an array of space saving options. Its so easy to use. The simple intuitive interface of Windows XP lets even the less experienced user get started right away. You can download your preferred web browser, IM chat, photo manager or Skype/MSN Messenger in minutes. For a more interactive and personalised experience, the Net TV Box lets you access web based IPTV programs. The Net TV Box also acts as a wireless digital hub for streaming music, pictures, and movies from any media centre. Whether you have a widescreen HD TV for enhanced viewing or a 15 monitor suitable for tight spaces, simply connect the Net TV Box through the HDMI input/output port or VGA port and connect to the internet.


Technical Specification

System Linx Net HD TV Box
Operating system Genuine Windows XP Home Edition
Processor Type Intel Atom N270
Processor speed 1.6GHz, 533MHz, 512KB
Memory Size 1 GB DDR2
Hard Drive Capacity 160 GB
Wireless Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
Networking 10/100 LAN
USB 2.0 Ports 4
Cardreader SD card reader
Ports 1 x HDMI
1 x VGA
Headphone output
Microphone input
Software Office Viewer
MSN Messenger
Email
Media Player
Keyboard / Mouse Wireless Aluminium Keyboard with Touchpad
Dimensions 219.5 x 175 x 28mm
Weight 1.1kg
Colour Piano Black
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#1
#2
It is a bit cheaper tho, altho yeah seems to be very similar
#3
If I want to look at the internet via TV, I just plug in my laptop via HDMI and surf using my wireless mouse saving £149.99 and my laptop specs are far far better than this box, so why spend all this money???? For someone who hasnt got a laptop I suppose it is ok.
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#4
How does it compare with the Acer Aspire Revo series?

Seems cheap considering. Heat and rep. :thumbsup:
#5
I was gna say get a revo
#6
I have a lappie with better specs too but wanted something I could leave on the TV stand for use on the plasma, for iplayer etc?
#7
jpieter
If I want to look at the internet via TV, I just plug in my laptop via HDMI and surf using my wireless mouse saving £149.99 and my laptop specs are far far better than this box, so why spend all this money???? For someone who hasnt got a laptop I suppose it is ok.
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LOL talk about insular perception or what.
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jpieter;8771835
If I want to look at the internet via TV, I just plug in my laptop via HDMI and surf using my wireless mouse saving £149.99 and my laptop specs are far far better than this box, so why spend all this money???? For someone who hasnt got a laptop I suppose it is ok.
:?:?:?:?:?


why should i buy toilet paper, i could just wipe my bum with my hand and then use the soap i already have to wash my hands

:roll:
#9
typeRterror
why should i buy toilet paper, i could just wipe my bum with my hand and then use the soap i already have to wash my hands

:roll:


lol :giggle:
#10
Good price for what it is considering it includes a Windows license and a wireless keyboard with touchpad. As for how it compares to the revo, ebuyer have the dual core atom'd 3610 for ~£180 with a wired keyboard and no Windows license. I guess the dual core'd atom is better but the revo does have the ion graphics chip which handles the HD aspect, not sure what this has. Also the revo has optical out once again not sure if this has.

Rob
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typeRterror;8772304
why should i buy toilet paper, i could just wipe my bum with my hand and then use the soap i already have to wash my hands

:roll:


I bet your popular with your co-workers in Mcdonalds!
#12
Seems Ok, but no mention of graphics type/ make?
#13
typeRterror
why should i buy toilet paper, i could just wipe my bum with my hand and then use the soap i already have to wash my hands

:roll:


Spend £8,000 on one of these: http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2010/may/25/toto-toilets-launch

you must be saving money on toilet roll only to spend it soap, although I suppose you dont buy soap either, you just nick used urinal cakes from your local pisser :thumbsup:
#14
sabz786
I have a lappie with better specs too but wanted something I could leave on the TV stand for use on the plasma, for iplayer etc?


if you want iplayer just buy a preown'd wii £99 tand download iplayer app for it wireless and playable :thumbsup:
#15
not exactly a new idea, there was a company called Netchannel did a TV internet box that used dial up as far back at 1997.
#16
wanderer
if you want iplayer just buy a preown'd wii £99 tand download iplayer app for it wireless and playable :thumbsup:


what about 4od and itv player etc
#17
jpieter
If I want to look at the internet via TV, I just plug in my laptop via HDMI and surf using my wireless mouse saving £149.99 and my laptop specs are far far better than this box, so why spend all this money???? For someone who hasnt got a laptop I suppose it is ok.
:?:?:?:?:?


Believe it or not to some people the task you just described is to technical for them. It's not that their thick or anything, it's just a mental block they have or something. They just want to plug in and go, which this seems ideal for.
#18
rufus bezak
Believe it or not to some people the task you just described is to technical for them. It's not that their thick or anything, it's just a mental block they have or something. They just want to plug in and go, which this seems ideal for.

As i am disabled every penny counts and £149.99 to me seems a total waste of money, I much prefer to connect my laptop and spend any money i have wisely not waste it.
#19
jpieter
As i am disabled every penny counts and £149.99 to me seems a total waste of money, I much prefer to connect my laptop and spend any money i have wisely not waste it.


Well, if you didn't have a computer at all, then you wouldn't get much of a laptop for £149, not brand new. £149 seems an OK'ish price for a neat little box and nice looking wirleess keyboard to hook up to your telly for some browsing etc.
#20
jpieter
If I want to look at the internet via TV, I just plug in my laptop via HDMI and surf using my wireless mouse saving £149.99 and my laptop specs are far far better than this box, so why spend all this money???? For someone who hasnt got a laptop I suppose it is ok.
:?:?:?:?:?


hahahahh so you suggest to buy a computer and a hd tv instead?
#21
Hmm... this could be a great candidate for a mythtv client! Have one central PC with satellite and be able to watch live TV on any TV in the house :) (can also set the server to record automatically)

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