Apple TV G3 MD199
The Apple TV is a digital media receiver designed to play digital content like iTunes Store and NetFlix. The Apple TV features a micro-USB, HDMI, optical audio and an Ethernet port. It also allows you to sign in to your Wi-Fi account and use the remote (or better yet, the free Remote app on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch) to navigate around.
Full 1080p HD.
Incredibly easy setup.
User-friendly icon-based interface.
New features, same $99 price.
Supports 1080p output.
Clean, attractive, easy-to-use interface.
Excellent iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch integration.
Dead-simple user interface and setup.
Attractive, unobtrusive design.
AirPlay makes screen mirroring a snap.
Canít add more content channels or customize interface.
Canít connect it to a TV without HDMI.
Content is limited to iTunes and select partners.
Could use a QWERTY keyboard.
ITunes Match account required to access cloudbased music.
Similarly priced boxes (like the Roku 2 XS) offer more streaming services.
Canít remove or rearrange icons in main menu.
8GB storage is for caching only, and you canít sideload content through the microUSB port.
Remote is too simple.
Streaming media services are limited.
No Hulu Plus.
By Macworld UK on March 06, 2013
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By Computeractive on June 25, 2012
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By Good Gear Guide on May 09, 2012
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By Missing Remote on April 16, 2012
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By theregister.co.uk on April 16, 2012
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By Mac|Life on April 12, 2012
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By G4tv.com on April 03, 2012
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By Channel Pro on April 03, 2012
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By Wired UK on April 02, 2012
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