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Video Content from PC to TV

Posted by: , 03:14 AEST, Tue October 23, 2007

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Sandisk has brought you TakeTV, a USB flash drive alternative to wireless streaming for around $100
The company is taking a different, simpler approach to getting your PC's video content onto your television: a USB drive that plugs into a dock that connects to your television.

Loading the device is as simple as dragging and dropping files onto the drive. Forget about HD content, surround (or even 2.1-channel) sound, or a ton of storage space. The TakeTV is pretty inexpensive, though—$100 for 4G of storage and $150 for 8GB.

TakeTV supports DivX, Xvid, and MPEG-4 video files. The device is Vista and XP compatible, although there is no support for Macs yet.


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