Apple TV HD Media Streamer - 2010 Model (802.1a/b/g/n, HDMI)

Apple TV HD Media Streamer - 2010 Model (802.1a/b/g/n, HDMI)

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Rent from the largest selection of HD movies -- many available the same day they come out on DVD. Watch Netflix titles instantly. Rent TV shows, commercial free in HD. And stream photos and music...More

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Description

Rent from the largest selection of HD movies -- many available the same day they come out on DVD. Watch Netflix titles instantly. Rent TV shows, commercial free in HD. And stream photos and music from your computer to your widescreen TV.

Specifications

Quick Glance
Network Architecture SupportedIEEE 802.11a/b/g/n, Fast Ethernet
Broadcast Format Supported720p
Device TypeNetwork Audio/Video Player
Output1 x Digital Optical
Interface ConnectionUSB Yes, Ethernet Yes
Media Formats Supported
Audio FormatAAC
Video FormatMPEG-4
Interface
InputUSB
General
General FeaturesInternet Streaming Yes
Green ComplianceEnergy Star
Dimensions
Depth3.86"
Weight9.60 oz
Height0.91"
Width3.86"
Warranty
Warranty Information1 Year Limited Warranty
More Info
URLhttp://www.apple.com
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Pro Reviews

  • Apple TV (Fall 2010)

    cnet

    THE GOOD: Costs $99; rent movies and TV shows from the iTunes Store; 99-cent HD TV show rentals on some Fox and ABC shows; supports Netflix streaming; incredibly small design; outstanding user interface; can be controlled by iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch; streams music and videos from PCs and Macs running iTunes; promising future AirPlay functionality should be available in November. THE BAD: Very limited selection of TV shows, especially compared with Amazon Video On Demand; confusion between whats available on Apple TV iTunes Store and PC-based iTunes store; doesnt support the full suite of media apps (Pandora, etc.) available on the iPhone and iPad; cant connect to older, pre-HDMI TVs. THE BOTTOM LINE: The Apple TVs new low $99 price makes it an easy impulse buy for Apple fans looking to bring Netflix into the living room, but you may want to wait until more content--or Apples forthcoming AirPlay update--becomes available. Read more

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