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    Play Netflix/Hulu on Popcorn Hour (and Xbox/PS3) 06:27

    Play Netflix/Hulu on Popcorn Hour (and Xbox/PS3)

    by realhtinfo (9/28/08) 38,788 views

    MediaMall brings us PlayOn, a piece of software that you install on a networked PC allowing you to stream Hulu, Netflix, ESPN, and other online content to your Popcorn Hour, PS3, or Xbox. We take a look at the functionality using the Popcorn Hour as a testbed. From the Real HT Info Podcast.

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    Popcorn Hour A-110/B-110 Review - The Real HT Info Podcast 13:37

    Popcorn Hour A-110/B-110 Review - The Real HT Info Podcast

    by realhtinfo (8/29/08) 18,391 views

    The Real HT Info Podcast brings you a video review of the Popcorn Hour A-110 and B-110. These media extenders costs $215 and $199 respectively, but will playback every file format you can throw at it, up to 1080p and now with HDMI 1.3 for Dolby True HD and Digital Plus bitstream pass-through. With the B-110 motherboard, you can even choose your own case, and add multiple harddrives/optical drives. This is V2 with the fixed audio (Thanks vaLkPRODUCTiONS)

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    Popcorn Hour A100 Review $179 15:01

    Popcorn Hour A100 Review $179

    by realhtinfo (2/26/08) 73,872 views

    The Real HT Info Podcast brings you a video review of the Popcorn Hour A-100. This media extender costs $179, but will playback every file format you can throw at it, up to 1080p with DTS and Dolby sound. Use it as a NAS box and make your own DVD jukebox. Replace an HTPC with the A100,and save $100 a year.

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    DIY Build Your Own Home Theater PC Computer 06:42

    DIY Build Your Own Home Theater PC Computer

    by realhtinfo (12/26/07) 11,170 views

    The Real HT Info Podcast assembles a computer that has all the cooling and noise considerations to make an admirable HTPC. If you've ever wanted to build your own computer, this is a good place to start. Components used are the Antec P180 Case, Intel Core2Duo, MSI video Card, and Crucial RAM.