WIth the advent of cellphone cameras as well as smaller CMOS sensors which allow one to build really, really tiny cameras, it is a no-brainer that image leaks of upcoming devices are extremely common these days. As for the power of email, information that used to be privy within a select band of people are now no longer sacred. One of the more recent “victims” to a leak would be the WD TV Live Hub media center, where this set-top box will feature 1TB of storage space, 1080p video playback over HDMI 1.4, component and composite video out, and optical S/PDIF. Not only that, it is capable of supporting streaming media services such as Netflix, Blockbuster, Pandora and YouTube. Playing nice with both Mac and PC platforms, it will hook up to networks through its gigabit Ethernet and double up as an iTunes server. Being DLNA-compliant also enables it to stream media to compatible devices. Want to see this in your living room? Be prepared to fork out $229 for this puppy.
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