Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 8th Jan 2010 00:33 UTC
Multimedia, AV My favourite media centre software, Boxee, has just launched the highly-anticipated new beta version of its XBMC-based media centre, complete with a redesigned user interface. On top of that, Boxee launched its very first piece of hardware during CES, the Boxee Box, together with D-Link. It's an impressive little device.
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browsing and youtube on HDMI TV
by project_2501 on Fri 8th Jan 2010 13:19 UTC
project_2501
Member since:
2006-03-20

Sorry for the silly question but I couldn't tell for sure if with this box I can browse the internet and play youtube on a large 1080p HDMI connected TV?

I assume the wifi 802.11n inside is for this purpose?

Also does it self update as the software (linux, browsers, beta-flash-plugin) improve?

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Laurence Member since:
2007-03-26

Sorry for the silly question but I couldn't tell for sure if with this box I can browse the internet and play youtube on a large 1080p HDMI connected TV?

I assume the wifi 802.11n inside is for this purpose?

Also does it self update as the software (linux, browsers, beta-flash-plugin) improve?


Boxee has an integrated Youtube app, so you can play youtube fullscreen.

That's the only question I can answer though I'm affraid.

Boxee do have an official messageboard that seems rather active so you can always ask there.

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