Samsung Equipping Its Blu-Ray Players with Netflix Streaming



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Anyone know the difference between the two models?  I can't seem to find it.  They're both listed at the same price, $399.99, I wanna return my 1500 for one of these, but wanna make sure I get the model with "better" not just more features.  I understand that either way, a firmware upgrade is needed to do the netflix thing.



No plans to do this on the PS3? :(




Sony may be losing (by a slim margin) the argument that the PS3 is the best Blu-ray player out there.  Seems to me like they have to step up and develop something or partner with somebody to do the same thing.  Of course, there are third party applications out there that will do this for the PS3...



I just got my Samsung least I can take it back and get the correct one, MAYBE.  I don't suppose any plans to make the Netflix service available for the 1500?



* kicks his Tivo *

 WTF Tivo, get going. Chip Chop Chip



While a TiVo/Netflix deal would be awesome, I'd just be happy to get HD content from the Amazon service TiVo has already partnered with.  I hesitate to download movies through Amazon on my TiVo since, for the same money, I could rent a Blu-ray version.

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