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Linksys' KiSS 1600 HD media device launched at CeBIT

Jeannie Choe
March 15, 2007
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Linksys has a new wireless media adapter today, the KiSS 1600, which fairly synonymous with fellow router-pusher Netgear's Digital Entertainer HD. As expected, KiSS 1600 streams high def digital video, audio, and photos (sorry, we're light on info about codecs) from the internet or any locally networked device straight to your TV set. And thanks to its HDMI connection, DVDs get upscaled 720p. Unfortunately the nitty-gritty specs are incog for now, but you'll be able to purchase (not steal) a KiSS sometime soon for a hefty £259.99 (about $503).

[Via Wired]


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