Sony’s Connected BRAVIA HDTVs Get Netflix

July 9, 2009 at 3:11 pm Leave a comment

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As more and more HDTV manufacturers are going the route of making connected HDTVs, being able to get a reliable connection to their device becomes that much more important. Today, Sony has announced that they have partnered with Netflix to bring Netflix’s instant watch to Sony BRAVIA HDTVs.

The world’s largest online movie rental service, today announced a partnership with Sony Electronics that will enable Netflix subscribers to instantly watch movies streamed from Netflix on Sony’s BRAVIA Internet Video-capable HDTVs and on previous BRAVIA models compatible with Sony’s BRAVIA Internet video link module.

Netflix now plays on Roku, Tivo, LG, Samsung and Sony HDTVs and Bluray players.  All of these devices will stream Netflix HD much more reliably using MoCA Home Networking rather than undependable Wifi or Powerline networks.

via Engadget

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