Why is a new TV-to-Internet adapter costing more than a new lightbulb?

Updated May 31, 2018 05:04:14Many home appliances and electronics makers have announced their plans to make the internet more affordable by offering consumers a simple and affordable way to stream content from the internet without cable or satellite service.But many companies have also been announcing their plans for new home appliances that offer more advanced…

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Updated May 31, 2018 05:04:14Many home appliances and electronics makers have announced their plans to make the internet more affordable by offering consumers a simple and affordable way to stream content from the internet without cable or satellite service.

But many companies have also been announcing their plans for new home appliances that offer more advanced features to stream media from the cloud.

Here are some of the newest home appliances to stream music from the Cloud:Micromax’s new “Cloud Player” streaming box features two HDMI inputs and two USB ports.

It has a maximum bandwidth of 60Mbps and an average latency of 1.1ms, which is comparable to the Amazon Fire TV streaming box.

The Cloud Player has a built-in Bluetooth 4.0 connection, a built in WiFi, and two microphones.

The device supports up to 50 simultaneous streams, and the Micromax Cloud Player supports up-to 30 concurrent streams.

The Micromakis Cloud Player will be available later this year, according to Micromix.

The company said that it is targeting early adopters and is looking to expand its reach to the public soon.

“We want our Cloud Player to be the first device that anyone can afford, and that means it’s also the first that will be compatible with Amazon’s Prime Video service, which means that we can reach a wide audience with a price point that’s very affordable,” Micromas CEO Steve Sadowsky told The Wall Street Journal.

“It’s going to be very easy for our customers to get the cloud player, and it’s going on sale soon.”