D-Link preps their media friendly Boxee Box

by Rafael Hernandez on December 8, 2009 · 0 comments

D-Link Boxee BoxGetting media content from your PC or the Internet on to your TV takes a whole lot of tweaking, trickery, or the last-ditch home theater PC building in order to get it all working…thankfully some people are developing neater ways to get things done right.

D-Link drops word that they’ll be the first company to launch hardware that will support Boxee media streaming software. Their Boxee Box, yes that’s the actual product name, sports some angles while serving up your files over its HDMI output. Other features include optical (SPDIF) audio out and the odd inclusion of RCA Audio out.

D-Link Boxee Box BackA pair of USB ports are along for the ride offering up expansion capabilities, perhaps storage, and built-in 802.11n gives it enough bandwidth to do just about anything.

You can expect to see it in stores in the first half of next year, they haven’t determined its pricing yet so your guess is as good as any.

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