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SlingCatcher box spy photos

by Brad Linder, posted Oct 23rd 2007 8:31PM
The Tomo Report
Sling Media is set to release the SlingCatcher by the end of the year. And now that we've seen some spy photos of the retail packaging, we're inclined to think that the release will be sooner rather than later.

We already knew that the SlingCatcher would be Sling's first dedicated device that receives video rather than sends it. In other words, you put a SlingCatcher next to your TV and connect it to your home network. Then you can stream video from your PC, the internet, or any other audio/video device that has a Slingbox connected to it.

And here's what we found out by reading the box:
  • Support for resolutions up to 1080i
  • Support for WMV, MPEG2, MPEG4, H.264 and XviD in a variety of file formats, including .VOB
  • Attach a USB 2.0 hard drive or flash drive with at least 1GB of free space and you can download video
The SlingCatcher will probably run about $199 when it hits the streets.

[via EngadgetHD]

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