I-O Data has rolled out a new PLC (Power Line Communication) LAN Converter which is suppose to make it a snap to hook up one’s TVs to the Internet, allowing you to enjoy video-on-demand services in Japan. We wonder whether the service will be free or not though, but we do look forward to the amount of shows available for the masses. With more and more people getting way many more channels than ever, it is still surprising to know that there “isn’t anything good on TV” to watch.
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