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Old 06-03-2007, 07:08 PM   #7
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> What does it work well at, exactly — I mean, what do you actually do with it? (Mind you, we don’t have any flat screen TV, no DVD player for the TV, no TIVO — we are essentially still in the middle ages!)

I guess that puts you squarely in the old,


end of the spectrum.

JR's vision of that smashing 60's economically acidic hippy just grew a little dimmer.

AppleTV is a fixed, iPod for one's, uhhh tv (TV -> AppleTV, get it?). Looks like a new AirPort (which looks like a thinner/wider Mac Mini). iTunes/iPhoto on the computer chock full o' music/video/photograph goodness (400GB in my case) readily available on the TV in the other room (or in my case TVs in the other room, or the other room, or the other room, or the other room, or the other room). ...by different viewers at the touch of that diminutive Apple remote (and a TV plus, perhaps a stereo). ...from a yet another classically trivial, utterly intuitive Apple GUI.

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