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Created: Aug 25, 2010
Aesculus Created: Aug. 25, 2010
// Comcast Xfinity (Vast Online Video Content) Customers can access an online library of vast Video content such as movies, TV shows ect. Customers have access to Norton Security Suite protection for online protection from malware, viruses, hackers & identity theft. (A much better protection package than AT&T Uverse with its partnership with Mcafee.) (Incoming TV Onscreen...
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Created: Aug 25, 2010
Aesculus Created: Aug. 25, 2010
That speed may well be true for over the air broadcasts. Do you have a source for the data? Some programing is supposed to be 1080i, which is not enough for HD and Real 3D offered on most new panels. There is a consortium of manufacturers pushing 3D sets who want to expand the broadcast spectrum. I read Toshiba and Sony talking about a 4320p service to provide sufficent c...
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Created: Aug 25, 2010
Aesculus Created: Aug. 25, 2010
I don't see the problem. The AT&T RG is a 54G wifi router in addition to its other functions. Still it has 4 x 10/100 ethernet ports for hard wired network devices. One could, in theroy, skip the 54G WLAN of the 2Wire RG by patch connecting an N router like the Cisco WRT610N, WRT300N and setting up that WLAN. The second router will pull the Internet WAN over the 10/100 et...
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Created: Aug 21, 2010
Aesculus Created: Aug. 21, 2010
USB ports have limited low power so devices that require lots need an external source. You can receive charging power but if you ever tried to use the USB port for a WiFi access point you will discover it rarely works. Bus card APs get far more power compared to the range of USB APs. The Cisco USB port, as with other STBs, is typically used for firmware upgrades via cable...
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Created: Aug 21, 2010
Aesculus Created: Aug. 21, 2010
Not true. DISH and Direct-TV have a USB out port for connecting an external HDD. The idea is to provide more space for DVR recording since the STB's have a 60g capacity (typically). The port to the HDD only allows for extra storage of recorded shows, including movies, etc. the same as the DVR. You cannot disconnect the HDD and re-connect to another device to "burn" conten...
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