Western Digital's WD TV Live Arrives

"The updated version of the popular WD TV finally arrives, with networking capabilites."

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Western Digital's WD TV Live
Western Digital WD TV LiveWestern Digital are building on the success of their WD TV media player device today, introducing the WD TV Live, a HD media player featuring network capability and ability to output video at a Full-HD 1080p resolution. WD TV Live HD media player offers a new and more responsive interface to help consumers enjoy a world of digital content in their living room, without a computer.
The new WD TV Live HD media player makes it easy for anyone to play high definition content stored on USB and network drives, as well as Internet content from popular websites, such as YouTube and Flickr, all from the comfort of their sofa.
The WD TV Live Media Player is available now for around £100, and is covered by a 1-year limited warranty.
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08-10-2009, 13:41:42

The desktop version of the extremely fast PCI Express solid state drives have been announced.

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08-10-2009, 13:44:00

Pocket money....

08-10-2009, 13:45:33

I wish I had a pocket full of money ;)

If they are priced lower than the enterprise class ones, they will be very good. Still very high, but aslong as prices keep coming down.

Those speeds are just insane, and the capacities aren't bad.

08-10-2009, 14:09:32

1TB SSD??!! *prays he wins the lottery*

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