Boxee Box News Alert
Hey Guys/Gals, some good news just came (February 23rd, 2011). You may or may not know that the people over at Boxee Box said the there would be upgrades and new apps coming to Boxee in the year 2011 and on. Well, here it is…
According to the Boxee Box support team, Netflix and VUDU’s high-def On-Demand movie services are now available on the Boxee Box by D-Link.
This is a big step for us as these two services alone deliver more than 20,000 movies to the Boxee Box in addition to what we offer for free from the web. VUDU is already integrated into Boxee’s movie library, and you can find Netflix in the App library. With the addition of both services, it’s now a great time to pick up the Boxee Box by D-Link to start enjoying thousands of HD movies and shows (more than you can get on the PC).
With 20 million members in the United States and Canada, Netflix is the world’s leading Internet subscription service for enjoying movies and TV shows. For $7.99 a month, Netflix members can instantly watch unlimited movies and TV episodes streamed over the Internet to the Boxee Box.
If you’ve never seen VUDU you’re in for a real treat – VUDU has the largest HD movie library and delivers them in near Blu-Ray quality picture with Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 surround sound. You’ll get access to the latest movies with a picture so good that your friends and family won’t believe it’s streaming from the Internet. In addition to the hottest new releases available the same day as DVD/Blu-Ray, VUDU also offers thousands of movies available for rental at $2 for 2 nights in standard def.
Each company has special offers so you can try before you buy.
Netflix: 1 month FREE trial. Sign up here to get started.
VUDU: Try VUDU for free with a $5.99 movie credit.
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