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Daily Deals: Get Internet Apps on Your TV for $100

by on December 15, 2010
in Hot Deals, Daily Deal, Music and Video, Video Players & Recorders, Music & Video Services, Money Savers :: 0 comments

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Check out these great deals on digital media receivers and connected Blu-ray players.

Apple TVApple TV
List: $99, Amazon: $97.99
No discount (blame Apple), but easily one of the best products of the year. iTunes rentals, media streaming, and Netflix, all in one easy to use container. Brilliant, and a must-have. 

Roku XDRoku XD
List: $79, Amazon: $79.99
No discount, but another fantastic product. You don't get iTunes, but you do get 1080p, Amazon Video on Demand, Hulu Plus, Pandora, and of course, Netflix. The $99 XDS (B00426C57O), adds component video outputs and a USB input to view images, videos and play music.

Toshiba BDX2500Toshiba BDX2500 Blu-ray Player
List: $179.99, Amazon: $92.06 (49% off)
A fantastic Blu-ray player that has Netflix, VUDU and Blockbuster on Demand.

LG BD550LG BD550 Blu-ray Player
List: $159.99, Amazon: $92.54 (42% off)
Great price on this Blu-ray player with access to Netflix, VUDU, CinemaNow, Pandora and more.

Samsung BD-C5500Samsung BD-C5500 Blu-ray Player  
List: $179.99, Amazon: $109.99 (39% off)
One of the best streaming interfaces out there with tons of content providers.

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