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Thursday, 06 October 2011 14:52

Western Digital rolls out new WD TV Live media player

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Brings Spotify support
Western Digital has announced the new WD TV Live media player. Featuring support for all online services including Netflix, Hulu Plus, Facebook, Youtube and others, the new WD TV Live also brings a new design.

The new WD TV Live features a new slimmer look, new user interface as well as a support for Spotify. In addition to the Sportify, the WD TV Live also supports DailyMotion, Pandora, Blockbuster, CinemaNow, Facebook, Hulu Plus, Youtube, and Netflix, a rather impressive list for a media player. The new WD TV Live packs 802.11bgn WiFi, Ethernet, HDMI and Composite outputs, full HD video playback and USB 2.0 as it relies on external storage.

Of course, there is always WD's TV Live Hub that adds 1TB of storage space. The Spotify support requires a monthly subscription that will cost you €9.99/US $9.99. The WD TV Live medial player will hit retail for US $99.99, while the TV Live Hub costs US $199.99.

You can find more info here.

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Last modified on Thursday, 06 October 2011 16:19

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