I am not the most technical person when it comes to setting up new pieces of technology that come out, especially over the last few years but the new android TV boxes on the market and pretty straight forward to use. I have read that I am able to watch live TV, sports, movies and TV shows on demand and have been putting those claims to the test.
I read online that the minimum internet connection I needed was 3mbs and as far as I am aware I have about 25mbs so that should not be a problem. When I got the box I was surprised at how compact it was. I was expecting something similar to a UPC tv box or a sky box but instead it is smaller than my internet router that sits beside it. To get started all I had to do was plug it in and connect the TV to the android TV box via a cable.
The android tv box came with several apps that are needed including netflix which is always a great one to have but the subscription is still needed. I have also noticed that it is possible to cast from my android phone to the android tv box. Once setup you can download any android app just as if you were using your phone or tablet. I already had apple tv even though I am not really an apple guy and I guess that this is the android answer to the apple TV. Apple TV is a bit easier to use but you also have to pay for the movies as you watch them which is quite expensive. I will continue to play around on the TV box and see if I can figure out more tips and tricks.