If you haven't been following this phenomenon
in geek culture, you've truly been doing yourself a grave disservice. Not quite an Obama-level disservice
, but we digress. Just a few months after refreshing its SATA HDD dock to bring along multicard support
, the outfit has done the multimedia crowd one better by offering up an HDMI-equipped version. As expected, the device supports 2.5- and 3.5-inch SATA hard drives and can connect to one's PC via USB 2.0; from there, just hook up your component jacks or HDMI cable and enjoy crystal clear playback of whatever content you've got slammed in there. Too bad all this fun will set you back $79, but we suppose it's still a wee bit cheaper than an unadulterated media streamer.