Western Digital has taken a shrinking gun and pointed it at their latest TV Mini, where this super small version of its earlier media sharing device is now ready to meet the mass consumer market. This set-top box ditches HDMI output in order to cut down on its size, measuring a mere 3.6″ square and 0.8″ deep to take up as little space as possible in your living room. Still, it can handle 1080i video playback depending on the codec. Apart from that, RealVideo format support has been thrown into the equation to keep existing MPEG-1/2/4, VOB and XviD formats company. Connectivity options include component output for HDTV, RCA for older sets as well as optical audio out for digital sound. Each $80 purchase comes with a remote to let you maintain your couch potato lifestyle.
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