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The Apple TV (ATV) will get you Netflix and for Netflix, there is no relationship between it and your Mac - it will require a network connection. The ATV will also stream directly from your Mac running OSX 10.8 without a wired connection as long as you have it connected to your network.

If you want more try a Roku - get Netflix, Amazon, Vudu (where you get the highest resolution videos at the same price as iTunes HD pricing) and a whole lot more - but no iTunes.

The combination of both - ATV & Roku - makes for a great system especially if you're using an Audio/Video surround receiver for HDMI switching between devices. But perhaps get one at a time.

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