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Mon, 26 Mar 2012 10:58:06 EST Homeowners looking for total control over their entertainment collection need look no further than Western Digital TV Live Streaming Media Player.
Available now from leading online electronics retailer BT Shop at the new low price of £79.99 including VAT, down from £109.99, the WD media player allows you to access to the movies you want to watch, the music you want to listen to and the internet content you want to browse, all in glorious high definition through your television. Connect to popular video sharing sites such as YouTube, social media websites like Facebook and movie streaming services such as NetFlix.
The WD media player is compatible with a huge number of media file types including MP3, JPEG, XVID, AVI and MP4, meaning you'll be able to enjoy your full digital library through your television set.
Thanks to built-in WiFi technology, the days of having tangled wires all over the house are no more. With the WD media streamer users can connect wirelessly to a whole range of devices including computers, servers and through a USB connection to external hard drives.
Caroline Hodgson, Marketing Executive, at BT Shop, said: "We are consuming more media in the home than ever before thanks to internet movie streaming and online music services. What the WD media player does is bring all those services together in one place, making the world of home entertainment simple, accessible and intuitive.
"This technology makes enjoying your favourite films, music and online content a breeze. And with almost 30 per cent knocked off the price of this great piece of kit, there are more reasons than ever to take your home entertainment experience to the next level."
The WD media player will revolutionise the way you enjoy your entertainment collection, but can be set up within a matter of minutes and is available now through BT Shop.
For further information contact:
Tel: 0870 429 3825
Homeowners looking for total control over their entertainment collection need look no further than Western Digital TV Live Streaming Media Player.