Amazon Planning Set-Top Box to Deliver Internet Video to the TV

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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    I hope this does not alter support of the Amazon channel on Roku.
     
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    I already have an Amazon set top box. It's called a PlayStation 3 and it's great :)
     
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    Me too..............
     
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    If this doesn't allow me to stream my personal media files from my home server or if it doesn't allow functionality through apps like PLEX then it will be a no go for many people like myself with large libraries of existing family videos, educational class lesson videos (I teach) etc on home computers. I have no use for the latest buzzwords "The Cloud".
     
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    I'm happy with My Roku 3
     
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    Mine is called a Roku.
     

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