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Hi there,
Just coming back from Future Shop. Was looking for 50"-55" LED TV but Netflix enabled. Guy told me that I could take Sony Bravia for about 1800 bucks, buy USB WiFi key and watch Netflix (Canadian). I think he is not getting it. That won't give me Netflix access.
Can anybody suggest suitable TV? There are few Blueray players with it but I don't need Blueray player.
 

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Greetings

The Western Digital Live Plus media boxes give access to netflix ... at somewhere in the $100 to $150 range ... and of course they are media players too.

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Thank you for link Jake, just what I was looking for! Now I have to find TV in the stores.
Does it worth going for LED price difference? It's thinner, sure.
 

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I have not taken a serious look at LEDs as I have plasma. But LCD has certainly advanced since the CFL days.
 

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From what I've read, LED's sport a much sharper/brighter picture and use far less power than a regular LCD. They have come way down in price. Regular LCD's have been criticized for their power consumption...
 

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power consumption sold me on led. My power bill has dropped alot since I went to led. Since we pay about .20/kwh it makes a big difference.
 
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