An Overview of Digital Media Players

Digital Media Players: 2011 Redux

In this day and age, digital media can be found everywhere. Every smart phone out there takes digital photo and video, and there’s a plethora of download services available for TV, movies, and music that anyone can access from their home computer. But when you decide you want to enjoy this media on a larger screen, you’ll face a daunting variety of options to get that media from your device to your TV.

Before you get started, you should know that all of these devices will require an HDMI port on your TV as well as an Internet connection like Wi-Fi. If you’ve got both of those bases covered, then let’s get started with a quick look at three of the most popular devices available this holiday season.


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November 4, 2011
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