After a brief delay, Apple has delivered Apple TV, a set-top box linking your computer with your television and entertainment gear. I got my hands on one about 24 hours ago, and, to complement the running diary I have gone at Macworld.com, I thought a video introduction to Apple TV might be in order.
In the video below, I show you how to plug in Apple TV and sync it to your network. I’ll also show you how streaming movies from your computer to Apple TV performs. And we’ll finish off with a tour of Apple TV’s menus.
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- Format: MPEG-4/H.264
- Resolution: 320 x 240 (iPod compatible)
- Size: 19.2 MB
- Length: 6 minutes
I mentioned my running diary: you can read about my out-of-the-box experience as well as my musings on what’s missing with this first version of Apple TV.
My colleague Jonathan Seff joined me on a conference call with Apple; he shares some of the more interesting details from that briefing. And our friends at PC World weigh in with their take on Apple TV (plus some video of their own).
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