HTC’s Media Link HD was briefly mentioned during this year’s MWC, and it looks like it might be hitting the stores in the near future. According to reports, the media streaming accessory recently got certified at the offices of the FCC, and it should be in stores this April. For those of you not in the know, the Media Link HD basically gives your regular HDTV DLNA capabilities, so you can stream content to your TV from your phone/tablet wirelessly.
Content includes 1080p HD video, games, photos and music. No prices have been announced, but Expansys currently has it for pre-order at $120 – which is probably a tad too expensive for a device like this. I guess we’ll find out more when it goes on sale next month.
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