Apple's iTV will soon be available - certainly before Spring 2007. This small hardware device will enable you to stream music and video, from your computer (PC or Mac) to the iTV box and view or hear the media through your hi-fi or TV. As hard drives are so large these days, you could use your computer as storage for your DVD collection. You could then play back your DVDs through the iTV box (or similar), without having to connect a DVD player to your TV. One less box, fewer wires.
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There are Mac versions of this type of product, but if you own a PC and a large hard drive, use AnyDVD 18.104.22.168 to grab and store your DVDs.
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