Western Digital Unveils New WD TV Play Set Top Box
If you're a fan of streaming media and need of a new set top box that supports most of the major streaming video services, Western Digital has a new product for you. The set top box is called the WD TV Play media player and is designed to be directly connected to your TV in the living room. The box carries a retail price of $69.99 and adds to the existing WD TV line of products.
The device has integrated Wi-Fi and allows users to stream movies, TV shows, and more. The set top box supports YouTube, Netflix, Hulu Plus, Vudu, SlingPlayer, Spotify, Pandora, and Facebook among others. The device is also designed to allow users to access the they already owned such as photos, music, video.
The box allows users to play content located on any computer or network attached storage device that is DLNA certified in the home. The device ships with a remote control and an app is available allowing users to control the device using the iPhone, iPad, or Android devices. The WD TV Play is available in storage right now.
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