It began with the Apple computer, followed with the iMac, the iPod, docking stations for your iPod and coming this summer - the iPhone. And now Apple has something else to offer us all - the Apple TV box. No, it won't be shaped like an Apple (though honestly who knows at this point). It's a device which wirelessly syncs the iTunes' library (music, TV shows, movites, podcasts, etc…) on your computer to your TV. Sounds to me like it's a bigger, less portable version of the iPod. But man, is Apple getting it's money worth out of this entire "i" line. Working wirelessly and said to be able to deliver to a TV screen with the same quailty as a DVD player, at $299 the Apple TV can hold up to 50 hours of video, 9,000 songs or 25,000 photos.(or of course a combination of all three). And it's shipping right now!
Question is - would someone who has an iPod, be apt to purchase something like this? Only time will tell.
But the bigger question is - what is going to come next? Anyone have any thoughts?
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