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3eyore wrote:OK, Woot, it's been up for 1:25 at least, stick a fork in it, 'cause it's done.
Ellimist28 wrote:"Common" does not equal "come on."
Common is the opposite of rare.
Just trying to help
stv65g wrote:Wow, read the amazon reviews. $179 plus shipping to be frustrated. I can think of several ways to be frustrated for less.
stop having sex, for instance.
can I use this to "sling" video/audio from my PC to my TV?
no thank you.
ok it's bouncing now.
Well, the bar hasn't moved, but the big yellow button is bouncing. Does this mean they're giving up on selling these?
Nope, just one user at a time. I believe it's bandwidth related.
Squirrelhunter70 wrote:I have the slingbox solo, which is standard definition and only allows one person to connect at a time. Does the slingbox pro allow multiple people to connect at once? This is relevent because I'm the only one in my family that gets all of the philadelphia sports teams channels, and sometimes they compete to watch a game.
Nope, just one user at a time. I believe the reasoning is bandwidth related.
badsign wrote:stop having sex, for instance.
Those reviews on Amazon must be from daffodils. I have 2 sling boxes and have been using them for over 3 years. NOT ONCE, have a I had a single problem with one. Not setting it up, not using it, never. My 60 year old mother even uses one without having any issues.
Even traveling a lot, between having cable in almost every hotel, hulu, netflix, every basic network having their shows available online, ESPN3 and HBO w/ HBOgo, this just seems like something I would never use. And I think all networks are eventually going to follow the lead and offer all of their programming on demand online rendering this all but obsolete in a year or so.
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