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Originally Posted by n00neimp0rtant Here's an idea: buy an entry-level Mac mini, HDMI cable, and Remote HD on the App Store. Then turn on iTunes Sharing on all your household
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    Quote Originally Posted by n00neimp0rtant View Post
    Here's an idea: buy an entry-level Mac mini, HDMI cable, and Remote HD on the App Store. Then turn on iTunes Sharing on all your household computers, download Hulu Desktop (free, by the way), and bookmark Netflix. And while we're at it, you might as well go buy a few DVDs to watch movies that AREN'T digital, or maybe a Wii Remote to play all your emulators on your Mac, too.

    I don't care what this new Apple TV turns out to be--Apple already has a top-of-the-line, versatile, and customizable media center on the market, and it's called a Mac mini.

    But clueless Apple freaks will buy the iTV anyway because it's "superior," or "magical," or "newer than the older one." So why even bother trying to make a point? [sigh]
    Ok, you need to stop making sense

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    Quote Originally Posted by LastSonOfKrypton View Post
    I already have a Popcorn Hour which combined with an Apple TV would still be way less expensive than you're set up. Sorry dude but PCH + ATV would be all I need.
    Popcornhours are lovely beasts. Got the first model myself.

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    I like the new itv. $99 is a very reasonable price. I'm was hoping itv could play video games too.

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