June 18, 2015

Reviewing 12 Streaming Devices, Priced $35-400

By: David Katzmaier, CNET


AP Photo/Mark Lennihan

From $35 to $400, these streaming sticks, boxes, consoles, Blu-ray players and TVs can all stream Netflix. After that their capabilities diverge significantly, delivering different worlds of media, ecosystems, apps, games, search capabilities and more. See how they stack up.

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