Is one of your New Year’s Resolutions for 2014 to save money by cutting the cable or satellite bill? It’s certainly a good — and popular — one.
I’ve been a big advocate for cutting the cord. On a daily basis, I rely on sleek Mohu indoor HD antenna for live over-the-air television and an Apple TV, which lets me rent TV shows and movies from iTunes, access my Netflix and Hulu Plus subscriptions and some extra content that Apple appears to be adding every couple months.
The Apple TV isn’t the only device on the market. I’m a huge Apple fan, but by no means would I endorse it as the best connected TV device on the market. Google’s Chromecast only costs $35 and Roku offers digital channels and apps that aren’t available on Apple, including Amazon Instant Video.
So how do you sift through the noise? This handy info graphic from VideoNuze.com should help. Make sure to let me know what you use to watch TV in the comments below.