Cisco has just sent their ISB7005 IPTV set top box to the FCC, and it is a good thing that said device has passed through the FCC’s hoops with more than flying colors. It will come equipped with 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity for you to set up your home entertainment system anywhere you like, as long as you are within vicinity of a wireless network. The ISB7005 will play nice with various HD content of up to 1080p in resolution, while other connectivity options include S-Video, component, composite and HDMI. There doesn’t seem to be a hard drive as can be seen from the internal photos over at the FCC, so one can draw a resonable, intelligent guess that said device will access DVR content on other U-Verse STBs on the network. We now await word on pricing or availability for the Cisco ISB7005 IPTV set top box.
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