• http://www.technewsdaily.com, by Leslie Meredith
But as the choices for devices and content grow, so does confusion as to how to go about it. Before you cut the cord, put a basic plan in place to ensure you'll get the entertainment you want.
Here's what you'll need to make a virtually painless transition from cable to Internet TV.
What do I need for an Internet connection?
You must have a high-speed Internet connection to stream movies and TV. If your connection is slow, you'll notice that shows take a long time to load. If you're satisfied with the speed with which a video loads on your computer, you should have an equally satisfactory experience on your Internet-connected TV.
You'll also want to make sure that your home router is well-placed to send signals to your TV. A central location is usually best, away from exterior walls.
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