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Acoustic Research Digital MediaBridge

Calling it the first wireless HDTV receiver (yeah, right guys), Thomson showed off their new Acoustic Research Digital MediaBridge. This $300 set-top box has built-in 802.11g WiFi and Ethernet, supports audio, hi-def video, and MP3, WMA, WAV, MPEG2/4, XviD, and WMV9 served from up to 3 computers in a home network. Coming next month, the $300 bridge is compatible with CinemaNow HDTV downloadable movies. Now if they can just figure out how to do it without adding a computer into the mix (but that wouldn't be a media bridge/adapter, now would it?).

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