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CES 2010Views: 154
Jan 25, 2010 9:52 pm re: CES 2010

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901


Both of those Web TV-type devices are very impressive. Can you insert a flash drive into one of those devices, have it hooked up to an HDTV and play?

The reason I ask is because in setting up a Wi-Fi hot spot that is also a video conferencing facility, I would normally hook a VGA cable to a laptop to make video conferencing via Skype possible. However, if one of those boxes could easily do the same thing, that would be a much more cost-effective way to proceed. I actually have a restaurant manager friend that wants to set up a large HDTV screen for promotional purposes. He does not want to invest in a laptop computer if it is not necessary. I think these boxes may be the answer. I just am not sure at this point. Can you enlighten me here?

Lamar Morgan
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