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  Reply # 1628382 13-Sep-2016 10:04
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frankly they need all HD (well all they can get in HD), and better device support, but they know this already.

 

supporting xbox 360 and not xbox one is crazy IMO.  




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  Reply # 1638722 22-Sep-2016 12:42
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Really want to watch Westworld when it comes out. Hopefully Neon will have in HD and ill pay for that for a month. But if SD will be getting it from other sources.

 

Be nice if they said what shows and moves are HD and what are SD. 


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  Reply # 1646946 6-Oct-2016 21:38
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bbunnys:

Really want to watch Westworld when it comes out. Hopefully Neon will have in HD and ill pay for that for a month. But if SD will be getting it from other sources.


Be nice if they said what shows and moves are HD and what are SD. 



Watching it now, in HD surprisingly.

Neon app in Samsung TV is pretty buggy though, with having to cold restart the TV every now and then.



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  Reply # 1647071 7-Oct-2016 09:08
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ech3lon:
bbunnys:

 

Really want to watch Westworld when it comes out. Hopefully Neon will have in HD and ill pay for that for a month. But if SD will be getting it from other sources.

 

 

 

Be nice if they said what shows and moves are HD and what are SD. 

 



Watching it now, in HD surprisingly.

Neon app in Samsung TV is pretty buggy though, with having to cold restart the TV every now and then.

 

 

 

Cheers, yeah trying service for a month. Good lots of stuff in HD but still have issues with quality. Watching Ballers last night and kept jumping in and out of HD. So annoying ended up watching something on Netflix instead.

 

Seems they still need some good fine tuning to make service compete with others. And was not my internet as on fibre and speed tests were fine. 


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