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Xiaomi's Mi Box is everything you want in a streaming device for $69

Streaming devices — boxes, dongles and more — are everywhere, now in more than half of American households. From Apple to Google to Amazon, virtually all the major tech companies offer a device for streaming video to a TV. Now add to that list Xiaomi, China's fast-rising smartphone manufacturer with global ambitions. The company just launched the Mi Box in the U.S., a shot across the bow of Amazon's Fire TV, the Apple TV and Roku's plentiful selection of media players.
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