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Old April 4 2012, 06:01 AM   #16
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Re: Question about Netflix and gaming consoles.

As an aside, you can now get Amazon Prime on Playstation3. Of course this happens right after mine kicks the bucket, right? :/
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Old April 4 2012, 06:44 PM   #17
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Re: Question about Netflix and gaming consoles.

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But logging in from one house with multiple devices is fine.
One quick note, though -- you can only be logged into one account from one device at a time. You can't be watching on an Xbox in the living room while someone else is watching on a laptop in the bedroom, so on and so forth. But, yes, Netflix is available on just about every device under the sun: We use it on Xbox, Wii, iPad, phones and laptops.
Not true...I use my x-box and my daughter watches the wii at the same time. Same goes for the wife on the i-pad at times.
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Old April 4 2012, 07:10 PM   #18
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Re: Question about Netflix and gaming consoles.

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But logging in from one house with multiple devices is fine.
One quick note, though -- you can only be logged into one account from one device at a time. You can't be watching on an Xbox in the living room while someone else is watching on a laptop in the bedroom, so on and so forth. But, yes, Netflix is available on just about every device under the sun: We use it on Xbox, Wii, iPad, phones and laptops.
Not true...I use my x-box and my daughter watches the wii at the same time. Same goes for the wife on the i-pad at times.
I've heard conflicting accounts about this - Some say you can, some say you can't. I've never tried it.
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Old April 5 2012, 02:07 AM   #19
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Re: Question about Netflix and gaming consoles.

I downloaded netflix today and booted it up, and was surprised to see I could still access it. Apparently I still had access since my roommate stuck it on my console. No, I'm not going to crib off his account, that would be pretty shitty of me. I did however put something on real quick to see how it played, and well...my connection is bad enough that I can't make it through anything without it pausing to buffer couple of minutes.

Since I'm back living with the folks, the tv my 360 is hooked up to is the only one, and my connection is subpar at best (I'm in the basement, router is upstairs). Because of the layout of the basement and the upstairs, a hard-line connection is out of the question. Even after positioning my Xbox a bit higher up, my signal is still weak.

Sucks, but Netflix is something I can live without.
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