SanDisk launches Sansa Take TV – download shows to your PC then watch on your TV
SanDisk has launched the Sansa Take TV in the US, offering downloads and storage via USB, with the added bonus of being able to view on your TV.
Using a newly-developed video platform called Fanfare, the Sansa TakeTV is available in 4GB and 8GB sizes, with support for DivX (including Home Theater profile), XVID, and MPEG-4 at up to 720 x 576 resolution. Download the shows via your PC, then move it to your TV to view there – or play Fanfare clips on your Sansa portable device.
It launches immediately (in beta) with content from CBS, Jaman, Showtime, Smithsonian Networks, The Weather Channel and TV Guide Broadband – some content free, other content paid for and protected by DRM. And if you want one, you can pick up a 4GB device for $100 or an 8GB drive for $150.
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