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VHS To DVD – An Easy Route For Those That Are Too Busy

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If you have a big collection of old home movies on VHS but you are just too busy to get really complicated, then let’s make this simple. Honestech has your back.

VHS officially only lasts about 10-12 years in terms of delivering the best performance. After that, age and environment can work together to tear away at the binder material that has held the magnetic particles on the tape all of those years.  As the chemical that binds the material to the tape breaks down, so will your VHS memories, too. The sooner you act, the safer … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Seen in a Better Light

More than half of the million millions bits of data that continually enters into our stream of consciousness pass through our eyes. The sense of sight is that important so that when deprived of its use we lose more than half of the world. Our personal universe shrinks considerably.

Since the birth of television many improvements have already been added to provide viewers the clearest images possible. Giant electronics companies are in for a tight race among themselves to come up with the latest in television technology. Starting with black and white pictures they stepped up to deliver brightly colored

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Instant Netflix’s Internet Takeover

For several years, it seemed like Netflix was in the process of merely killing off the brick and mortar video rental store. As it turns out, this was an understatement: Netflix is in the process of consuming not just video rental stores but the entire internet. With 16 million subscribers as of this October, Instant Netflix is now responsible for 20% of all primetime internet traffic. The service streams video to computers, handheld devices such as the iPad, video game consoles, set-top boxes, televisions, and just about anything and everything else with a screen and an internet connection. Furthermore, out … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Netflix Roku – Streaming Content as It Should Be

Netflix Roku – Streaming Content as It Should Be

Roku Video Recorder/Player is one of the most desirable devices at this
moment. The Roku for Netflix is so simple and easy to use, we could only play for a few minutes and we were watching a movie.

The Market

To start, we have to understand why it is important for a company that rents videos to be selling boxes for members to instantly watch videos on their televisions. Currently, Netflix has 8 million subscribers, 21% more than last year. The business is based on renting movies by mail, such … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Pokémon Version Platinum: The Next Battle

Pokémon Version Platinum: The Next Battle

There’s more than likely not a child or a teenager alive today who hasn’t heard of Pokémon Platinum or played one of the games. Pokémon, the super successful card and gaming franchise started with a cartoon show and morphed into a video game giant that hundreds of thousands of kids still enjoy. The latest version, Pokémon Platinum, is a fan favorite just like all the others.

The Beginning

For those that are not familiar, Pokémon began with Ash Ketchum and his little Pokémon, Pikachu. An electric rodent, he is one of the most prominent … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Netflix – DVD Movie Rentals

Rent Unlimited DVDs

With Netflix you have the ability to rent unlimited DVDs over any period of time. Receive in the mail, three DVDs at a time and return each when you are done watching. Then the next DVDs in your online queue will be sent to you. No late fees apply and shipping is free receiving and sending. And new DVDs are delivered in one business day from over 95 shipping sites countrywide.

Netflix Specials

Netflix offers over 100,000 DVD titles from Classics to New Releases to TV Series. Plans start as low as $4.99 a month and … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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