If you want to cut the cord on cable and start using online services to get your favorite shows and entertainment, choosing a streaming media player for your television is the first step.
With so many choices out there, picking one can be tough. How do you know which one is right for you?
Don't worry; you don't have to scour the Internet looking for information on a bunch of sites. My Streaming Media Player Comparison Chart has everything you need in one convenient and easy-to-read table, including the cost for each player.
I let you know everything from resolution and networking options to what paid streaming services you can use on the popular players like Apple TV, Roku, Google TV, Chromecast and Amazon FireTV.
I also give you a list of free streaming services available on each gadget. That's useful information because cutting the cord is about saving money, after all. There's also a section for music streaming options and other services available on each player.
I keep the chart updated as new developments happen, so when Google launches Android TV, for example, it will be on there. Be sure to keep checking back for the latest updates.
Streaming media gadgets are great for watching movies and television shows, but what about your local news and sports? That's where HD antennas come in.
They pick up the high-definition signals from your local stations for free and transmit them to your television. The indoor HD antenna I sell in my store is one of the best, and for a limited time it's on sale at a 37% discount!