You've probably got a TV languishing unused somewhere in your home. Or you've got a beautiful modern dumb TV and no easy way to stream Netflix on it. Either way, it's hard to find a less expensive way to add internet to your TV than this D-Link MovieNite Plus streaming box. Sure, it doesn't have a plethora of streaming options like the Roku 2 XS or the simplicity of the Apple TV, but at $50 less than the heavy hitters, it doesn't have to. It will serve Netflix, Pandora, and YouTube in 1080p with aplomb.


Amazon's selling this streaming box for a few cents under $32, which is $50 less than its MSRP and $30 less than the next closest price. Hell, that's almost impulse-buy territory. [Amazon]

Don't forget to pick up a cheap HDMI cable while you're at it. [Amazon | Meritline]


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