Originally Posted by antidodge
I am not familiar with Kylo and after a quick Google search, found out that its a browser built for the TV.
So, is there any advantage of watching ESPN3 with Kylo?
Currently my plan is to just open up espn3.com in IE and set the video to full screen.
There is no advantage to using Kylo other then I find it's an easy "front door" to the Internet for some of the things I stream. I say easy, because the opening screen has large ICONs of the sites and the navigation (back/home/refresh/etc) are large icons, easy to see from across the room. It also can be set to disappear when not use, like the Windows task bar.
I wouldn't be surprised if "normal" browsers couldn't be configured themselves or with add-ons/plug-ins to behave the same. Kylo, however, came that way "out of the box".
Kylo has some other options that you may find of value, I have most everything set to defaults.
One thing I don't like about it is how it behaves when controlled by UltraVNC. Perhaps there is a configuration I'm missing, but when clicking the system button, which controls shutdown, minimize, etc. the subsequent window does not display in UltraVNC.