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    post Dec 17 2009, 09:40 AM
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    Please add Netflix. I'm adding a TV in the bedroom, and I'm waiting for either Roku to add USB drive support to their Netflix player or WD to add Netflix to the WD TV Live, so I don't have to buy both boxes.

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    post Dec 17 2009, 11:55 AM
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    Well, the feature's already been requested on the official site, here and here, but unfortunately no official response so far.
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    post Dec 17 2009, 08:49 PM
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    Looks like the partnership between Netflix and Microsoft will be ending soon so, this might open Netflix up to be able to offer it's service to more players.

    This is part of why you can now watch Netflix from your PS3, although it takes a special disc in the PS3. Some people think that's just a quick fix to get around the Microsoft deal and after that's over they provide a full update to PS3 users so they don't need the disc.

    Whatever happens, you have to think Netflix wants as many people as possible to take advantage of their service......which is a good thing.
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