By now, you’ve probably heard about Amazon and hdms cable modem.
Now you can actually buy one for under $100, which means that you can buy your own.
Amazon announced that it’s now selling its own hdmas cable modem for under a buck.
The company’s announcement came via an email sent to subscribers.
Here’s the thing, though: It’s not quite that simple.
In the letter, Amazon also offered some technical information on how it’s doing things.
Amazon’s new hdmic cable modem will support up to four Gigabit Ethernet ports, which is a big deal considering that you’d have to have at least four of those ports in your computer to get a decent broadband connection.
(In theory, the hdme’s ports could support up 100Gbps per port.)
Amazon is also promising compatibility with Windows 7, 8, and 10, as well as Android smartphones and tablets.
There’s also a price point that you should know about.
Amazon says that it will start selling its hdmac cable modem in March, and it will be available at the following price points: $100 for an 8-port HMD with a 4-port HDMI adapter ($150 for a 16-port model with a 5-port adapter)