What device do you use most to watch Netflix on?
We use the Wii upstairs for children's programming and the Xbox 360 connected to the TV downstairs after our toddler goes to bed so we don't wake her up. I use it on my iPhone when I'm on the treadmill. I'm curious what people's thoughts are on some of the othe options. It's nice that the Xbox 360 streams in HD, as the other devices we use don't.
We watch Netflix on the Wii in the livingroom, although my son watches it on the Xbox in his room (he mostly just watches reruns of Deadliest Catch!). My kids have completely lost interest in playing games on the Wii, the present that they absolutely had to have for Christmas a few years ago. We watch Netlix far more than regular cable, except for a few primetime favorites and sports.
I spend time watching Netflix mainly on my plasma television in the bedroom.
We have been using Roku for about 4 months now and like it alot.
I use my PS3, but to be honest I don't really like the UI as it's quite difficult to work through all the content.
My family uses the xbox 360 more than anything. We pile down in the family room to watch movies and spend time together.
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