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HP brings YouTube to MediaSmart connected products

Darren Murph
May 7, 2008
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As YouTube slowly but surely sneaks its way into the connected home, we just keep telling ourselves it'll support high-def content one day. If and when that day ever arrives, owners of HP MediaSmart connected entertainment products will definitely be ready to take full advantage, as a recent announcement has brought the internet video king's content to Hewlett-Packard wares. The deal will enable MediaSmart TV owners and those that purchase the forthcoming MediaSmart Connect digital media receiver to simply login to their YT account via the remote, but there's really no details beyond that. If you're cool with pixelated video blown up to 50 or more inches, give it a go and let us know how it turns out. As for us, we'll be waiting for YouTube HD.

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