How would I know it didn’t have the much-required HDMI hookup that’s apparently quite important with streaming and internet badassity?
I never thought twice, and because so paid a hefty penalty in both time and money w/ this lame hacking attempt of mine.
Then there was mistake #3: waiting two months to open it up and try connecting everything.
Meaning, I didn’t realize it wasn’t compatible until it was way too late to return it, thereby losing a cool on the spot, ugh…
Then, maybe, just maybe, my wife would be singing a new tune with those dollars in her pockets? I looked on Amazon for ways to hook up my TV to the internet, and came across Name Your Link" target="_blank"a slew of options.
Shows like Game of Thrones, Homeland, True Detective, The Leftovers, and more recently Ray Donovan.
Oops.) So I looked around and landed on the highly rated Sony BDP-S5100 3D Blu-ray that had built in Wi-Fi for .03 – on sale from 9.99 which it’s currently at. Not because it’s a bad product or anything (the reviews are great! ) and rocks HDTV surprisingly enough, but it never occurred to me that it had long met it’s prime w/ technology.
I of course knew it was ancient, but who looks at the ports in the back when buying this stuff?
My wife calls him my current man crush, and I wouldn’t totally disagree with her – Liev Schreiber is a bad ass now!
Like the complete opposite of Cotton Weary from back in the old Scream days, haha…