With Tegra 2 powering the Boxee Box you can:Enjoy a fluid and responsive user interface that is similar to the UI performance up till now available only on full blown PCs Play 1080p video from locally stored content and stream HD video content from the Internet Play Adobe® Flash® 10.1 content from across the web, including HD contentMore inside the Box:RF chip by Nordic – to support a great remote control experience that is not dependent on line-of-sight and can work from anywhere in the house 802.11N wireless chip by BroadcomWhat’s not in the Box:No hard-drive – We discussed hard-drive at length with D-Link, and figured people already have storage solutions, and that we should do our best to reduce the price of the Boxee Box. You’ll be able to connect your choice of storage devices directly to the Box using USB No IR – While we realize many people are using universal remotes, we believe there is a greater benefit having a full QWERTY keyboard, and the right way to do that was RF. We really wanted to also support IR, for various reasons we could not get it as part of the build. We continue supporting this in software, so you can use any IR dongle and continue using your universal remote with Boxee.
With Tegra 2 powering the Boxee Box you can:
More inside the Box:
What’s not in the Box:
I assume that's a render, but is that really what the Boxee looks like? If so, THAT'S COOL!
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Thats interesting as well as cool looking. I was kind of wondering what they were talking about when I read an article on Tegra 2, where they referred to the initial Tegra.
Its really small too fits in the palm of your hand. I really like what they did with the remote adding the keyboard on the bottom. Still @ $200 its over priced. I have Boxee on a Kubuntu install on a SFF P4 box its awesome the Boxee software that is.
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