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CeBIT 2010: Asus O!Play Is The First USB 3.0 Media Player

Mar 3 2010, 11:51am CST | by

CeBIT 2010: Asus O!Play Is The First USB 3.0 Media Player
 
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USB 3.0 absolutely cannot become ubiquitous fast enough. It speeds file transfers and back-ups up by a staggering amount, cutting down on tedium. Now Asus has announced the first USB 3.0 media player, the O!Play HD2. There are no specs for this device yet, but there is a USB 3.0 port on the front.

The HD2 also has an eSATA port and slots for memory cards. This device is expected to be able to display 1080p videos. It has HDMI out, composite video, and digital audio outputs. No information on pricing or ship date has been released yet.

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