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GlideTVAs you know if you read this blog, lately I have been all about alternates to paying high cable bills. I love watching Internet TV and usually do that more than I watch Comcast.

There are now several options available that make it easy for consumers to watch Internet TV on the big screen without having to physically attach your computer to the TV via a cable. Whether it is by PS3, Wii, Roku, etc. There are many great options out there.

But some still do love to hook up a computer to the TV so they can do more then just watch streaming movies. Building a Media PC is the most popular options for what to do with that old computer. I had one in my family room for a long time. It’s great to be able to browse the web from your couch. The shortfall to this setup however, is the need to have a wireless keyboard and mouse hooked up, and somewhere to use it (coffee table, etc.). Trying to roll a mouse on the arm of the couch can be challenging. 🙂

The GlideTV navigator is a great, attractive, easy to use option. It looks slick. It’s small, and it allows you to use a Touchpad to browse Internet content and websites without a bulky keyboard.

I have been thinking about hooking up my mom’s desktop computer (once she gets a new one) to the flat screen TV in her room because they are close together. I may just get her this because it would cut down the learning curve on how to find stuff to watch. 🙂

If you have been looking for an easy way to browse your Media PC (or Mac!) content, check out the GlideTV.

Want one? LIKE GlideTV on Facebook and you might win a free GlideTV Navigator! If you don’t win, the GlideTV can be purchased for only $49. I am hoping to get my hands on one to check out soon.

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