Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
I like the idea, but it means your TV would have to be close to your modem for the HDMI cable to reach. Which mine isn't unfortunatelyApple TV straight to modem. Doesn’t ensure it’s faster but it’s not getting caught up with all your devices trying to pinch the WiFi waves!
I’ve definitely noticed it’s much smoother with the hard line connection
The port game and the derby were Foxtel gamesHard to remember off the top of my head but we’ve had
Round 3 @ Collingwood
Round 5 v Port
Round 8 @ St. Kilda?
Round 9 v Melbourne
Round 16 @ Fremantle? (I was at this game so I didn’t watch it. 7 normally do the last game on a Saturday though)
Round 17 v Collingwood
Round 18 @ Melbourne
Round 20 @ Carlton
That’s just off my memory and looking at the fixture, I could be wrong
Powerline kits are a good alternative, I use one for my desktop. They come with two little boxes which have an Ethernet port on them. You plug one in next to your modem and the other in next to the device you want to connect via Ethernet. Run an Ethernet cable from each box to the modem/Apple TV, and it uses the electrical wiring between the two powerpoints that you connected the boxes to as an Ethernet cable, if that makes any sense at all.I like the idea, but it means your TV would have to be close to your modem for the HDMI cable to reach. Which mine isn't unfortunately
Ah interesting. I think my samsung TV has this already as i can cast youtube from my phone to the TV. Probably an older version though as myw tv is 5 years old.Not quite. It's a small device that plugs in the HDMI port of your TV / AV receiver. It connects to your WiFi and you "cast" video to it from your PC or phone.
Once you install the app on your phone, all the Chromecast-compatible apps on your phone get a "cast" button that lets you view the content on your Chromecast instead of on your phone. It's a very handy device for something so small & inexpensive.
Kayo doesnt support inbuilt chromecast equivalents found on Samsung TVs, even new ones.Ah interesting. I think my samsung TV has this already as i can cast youtube from my phone to the TV. Probably an older version though as myw tv is 5 years old.
I use cyberghost having said that it was mint when i got it - it renewed recently and its not as good now.