D-Link’s MovieNite set-top-box targets budget-conscious consumers with a $38 price tag. But can something this cheap deliver? Check out our review video:
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Show notes for this episode:
- The D-Link MovieNite can be bought exclusively at Walmart(s WMT)
- More information about the device can be found on D-Link’s website
- D-Link is also selling a slightly more expensive version of the device, the MovieNite Plus, which promises access to more than 130 apps and channels, and should eventually receive a Hulu Plus app as well. The MovieNite Plus retails for about $70. More info on D-Link’s website.
- To learn more about competing media streaming devices like Roku and Apple TV, check out our new e-book Cut the Cord: All You Need to Know to Drop Cable, which is now available on Amazon(s amzn), Barnes & Noble(s bks) and iTunes(s aapl).
What are your personal must-have features for a media streaming device? Do you care about Hulu Plus, or would a missing Ethernet port be a deal breaker for you? Please share your thoughts in the comments, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com.