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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Most intuitive accessory for your TV ever!

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    I've been using this for about 4 weeks now. It's performed pretty flawlessly, I had one issue with some iTunes covers that they fixed with a patch so I'm good to go there. I can access all my podcasts, photos (I don't use Kodak Gallery but probably will start as it's really well integrated with that and Flickr), music (all my iTunes!), videos, and other content on my PC. It's very easy to install and we use the photo slideshows as background at parties and it's great for other parents to see their kids pictures on our TV. I've been emailing out lots of pictures as a result of this screening. The highlight is the remote which is fantastic -- a Wii-like remote that just works so well. All TV remotes should be this intuitive. This would make a FABULOUS Christmas present for anyone with a digital camera or an iTunes collection. It's much better than the AppleTV because you are not limited to one iTunes account to display the info -- you can cross/merge iTunes content, which is what I wanted. It's also much more intuitive than the clunky AppleTV interface; I have AppleTV and don't use it for all these reasons and more. The Kodak box is much better, which surprised me because the last few Kodak products I bought were not of the same quality. Kudos to Kodak for getting back on the right track.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    I have it, it's great.

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    The Kodak set-top box is really unique. It is obviously a great way to put your photos on your big screen TV, making it the biggest picture frame in your house. But it goes a lot further, allowing you to make slides shows with your music directly on the TV, avoiding the PC. Web access to Kodak's Gallery and Flickr adds more. And you can listen to thousands of Internet radio stations, even play some games. One key to the system is the pointer remote which is really like a mouse for big screen TVs. It's like comparing computers with a mouse versus cursor keys. Makes navigating huge libraries of pictures, songs or whatever much easier and way more fun.

    I would recommend this to a friend