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Apple TV: Now Safe To Buy?

When I tried out the Apple TV--the small, networked box that plays a computer's iTunes music, TV shows and video and also displays its digital-photo album--I wanted to like it but couldn't. The hard drive was too small and it didn't offer any access to streaming media from the Web, such as Web radio stations.

Perhaps somebody at Apple read that review: Earlier today, the company announced that it would release a software update in June that would let Apple TVs play YouTube clips. It also said it would add a $399 model with a 160-gigabyte hard drive--four times as much capacity as before.

That just leaves Web-radio support on my shopping list... how about it, Apple?

By Rob Pegoraro  |  May 30, 2007; 7:14 PM ET
Categories:  Mac  
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