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Win a FAVI Android SmartStick from Gadget Review ($50 value)

Win a FAVI Android SmartStick from Gadget Review ($50 value)

FAVI is giving away 3 of their Android SmartStick media streaming devices to three lucky Gadget Review readers. The FAVI Android SmartStick comes with 4GB of storage (8GB as well) and can stream 1080p video via a built-in WiFi connection.  And because it’s Android based you can download your favorite…
The Plair Streaming Stick Simplifies Digital Content

The Plair Streaming Stick Simplifies Digital Content

There is a wide variety of options when it comes to streaming content on your TV.  Needless to say, if you’ve got a SmartTV then you don’t need to look any further.  But for those of you that sought a more simple (and cheaper) approach when purchasing your set, you’re…
Pocket TV: Add Google TV to any Television Set

Pocket TV: Add Google TV to any Television Set

Throwing down extra ducats for that Smart TV feature is probably the biggest mistake you can make when investing in a big screen set.  Generally speaking, they’re last minute add ons that don’t offer the speed or simplicity as found on the PS3 or Xbox 360.  One option is to invest in…
Belkin ScreenCast AV 4 Review

Belkin ScreenCast AV 4 Review

I’ll cut through the hype and say at the outset that a wireless video transmitter isn’t something everybody needs — if your set-top box or Blu-ray player is on a shelf next to the HDTV, running a short HDMI cable takes care of it. But there are specific situations when…
Roku Streaming Stick

Roku Streaming Stick

To Smart TV or not to Smart TV, that is the question.  Or at least that was the question on consumers’ minds this holiday when many a retailer slashed pricing on just about every big screen TV under the sun.  Well folks, Roku is looking to negate that part of…
Imogen Studio’s Cinema Stick HD Is An HPTC That Fits In Your Hand

Imogen Studio’s Cinema Stick HD Is An HPTC That Fits In Your Hand

Imogen Studio’s Cinema Stick HD is a really cool sounding device. The size of a thumb drive, it connects via HDMI to your TV and can play 1080p content flawlessly. Here’s how it works: one end of the stick connects to your computer via USB — you transfer video, music,…
USBTV From SanDisk: Just Copy, Paste and Plug it in to the TV

USBTV From SanDisk: Just Copy, Paste and Plug it in to the TV

If you’re aren’t willing to bare network configuration to stream your recorded shows or movies from your PC to your media center, then the SanDisk USBTV has the quickie fix. From what we gather you essentially transfer up to 2GB of data/media (expect actual capacity with firmware to be lower)…

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