Netgear (s NTGR) is trying to compete with its former partner Roku with its own streaming media player, the Netgear NeoTV, also know as the NTV 200. Check out our review below:
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Show notes for this episode:
- The Netgear NeoTV was originally priced at $100, but you can find it online for around $70. More info on the device on Neatgear’s website.
- Netgear had originally teamed up with Roku to distribute a co-branded player based on Roku’s platform, but that partnership only lasted a few months.
- Many of the NeoTV’s apps are powered by Flingo. Check out our previous Flingo coverage.
What kind of features are you looking for in a player like this one? Is not having Hulu Plus a deal breaker, or do you care more about having YouTube(s GOOG)? Please share your thoughts in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.