Neuros Link: Supports video on demand

The Neuros Link supports Amazon.com video rentals, allowing you to select from thousands of titles ranging from 99 cents to $5.99 per rental.

If you just purchased a Neuros Link and you can't find the video you're looking for on Hulu or any other free streaming video Web site, don't fret: there is one more place you can access videos, but it will cost you. The Neuros Link supports Amazon.com video rentals, allowing you to select from thousands of titles ranging from 99 cents to $5.99 per rental.

According to a Neuros representative, there is no update necessary or installation of any kind. You simply go to the site create an account, if you don't already have one, and select your movie.

What makes this service so great is that is doesn't require a contract or monthly service fees.

Keep coming back to Crave as more features are announced we will post them.

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