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gir

Roku, almost exclusively.

I'm not sure I buy Sony's 30 percent claim. Statistics can be made to say anything.

Rob

PS3 until Yellow Light of Death - which led to permanent death. Now XBox 360 and sometimes a Sony bluray player.

Wpgameshub

Me and just about everyone I know uses a 360, except for one person who uses a PS3. My brother and sister-in-law like to watch on their iPhones (they've got twin babies - so baby in one arm, netflix in the other)

Entuza

Wishful thinking would be for Micro$oft to drop the $60/year privilege tax to reach Netflix. I don't see it happening, but it would be nice.

Joe

Mostly Roku, and at lunch with my EVO

Iangjacobs

Although not a great interface - and one that changes at random sometimes - I use a Sony BluRay player to stream. Hey, the Netflix streaming was a feature when I bought it, so I'm using it rather than adding another box to the stack.

Isaac Hummel

I stream Netflix with the Roku all the time.

"Wishful thinking would be for Micro$oft to drop the $60/year privilege tax to reach Netflix. I don't see it happening, but it would be nice."

Yeah. That's what made me surprised that the XBox is such a popular streaming solution. Of course there are a LOT of people who already have XBox Live Gold for gaming purposes, so I guess they want to stream Netflix too.

Wonderbird

I have several Roku players that I really like. The PS3 does a pretty good job too... May get one of the HD Roku players next... Or maybe an android based phone / tablet...

Richard Young

I use both a PS3 and an Xbox 360 whichever one happens to be on is the one I use. Although I used to use the PS3 because the picture quality was better but that was nullified by the recent 360 update so now I use them about equally.

Kale Barton

Forget the website redo, have you seen the degraded PS3 UI that's been forced on console users last month? An overwhelming number of message board poster hate it due to the loss of functionality and easy of use that previous interfaces offered.

CJ

Four TVs - PS3, PS3, Roku, WD HD Live. Backups for these TVs (in same order) - WD HD Live Hub, Vizio TV, Samsung Blu-ray Player, Samsung Blu-ray Player.

All four TVs can play Blu-ray disks, plus stream stuff from the WD HD Live Hub. also all TVs also have gazillion Cable channels plus PPV.

It's a little overkill..

FearNo1

I use XB360.

Homer0817

I don not use either one of those it's either my wii or roku but mostly the roku.

Scott Davis

Why do so few people care about the lack of 5.1 audio? I only have an xbox, but I really don't stream much because I can't stand only getting straight stereo with a DVD+ quality picture.

ScottZ

BoxeeBox (The best way to consume Internet content on your TV)

Stuey_T

"Wishful thinking would be for Micro$oft to drop the $60/year privilege tax to reach Netflix. I don't see it happening, but it would be nice."

You can actually get a 12 month Xbox Live Gold subscription for $35. Buy.com had it on sale this week. Check techbargains or slickdeals. Generally some store has it on sale somewhere.

But I get your point.

Aftmoore

You could still use Netflix despite the PSN network being down. It would try to force you to sign in but once the netflix app signed in it would give up.

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