Western Digital’s latest Elements Play device is different from the Media Player series, where it will deliver onboard storage in the form of a 1TB or 2TB hard drive. Apart from that, some features such as Netflix streaming and networking have been removed as well. What keeps it ahead of its competitors would be out-of-the-box support for a range of files types such as AAC, MP3, JPEG, Real Media, H.264, and MKV among others. This new product line will rely a whole lot on WD’s experience in building hard drives, hence the 1TB or 2TB capacity hard drives that accompany each purchase. While there is still no word on an official price point, word on the street has it that you could be looking at something in the region of $200 and above. You might want to consider this if you’re looking for a media player for your living room.
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