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Apple TV Ships
Tuesday, March 20th, 2007 at 7:30 AM - by
Apple's home entertainment center hub, Apple TV, is finally on its way to customers. Apple TV streams content from iTunes on your computer and movie trailers from Apple.com to your television through Ethernet or wireless networks. It supports the new 802.11n wireless pre-standard, includes a 40GB hard drive for storing content from your Tunes library, and includes its own Apple Remote.
Originally code-named iTV, Apple TV was first announced in September 2006 at a special event, and analysts expected it to ship by Macworld Expo in January 2007. Instead, Steve Jobs announced that it would ship by the end of February. In late February, Apple revised the ship date to mid March.
Apple TV is priced at US$299, and is shipping in three to five days from the Apple Store.
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