For those of you who haven't seen:

Discussion in 'Macintosh' started by ShepsCrook, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. ShepsCrook

    ShepsCrook Red Sox Fan!

    Apple TV:
    Your computer is the center of your digital life. Your TV is the center of your entertainment life. But what if you want to watch movies, TV shows, movie trailers, podcasts, and photos from your computer on your TV? At $299, Apple TV brings iTunes to the big screen.

    The El Gato:
    Watch analog as well as digital television on a Mac using a small, beautifully designed USB stick. Record, edit, and enjoy digital TV. Connect a set top box to receive digital cable and satellite TV. Record, edit, and enjoy digital TV. Connect a game console and enjoy zero latency game play on your Mac.

    And the iTunes updates this week are:

    DRM-Less files that have 256kb quality and cost a mere $.30 more per song making the songs you buy from iTunes $1.29 per song if you want to be able to have a higher quality audio file and the ability to use it on other devices.

    Not to mention the "Complete my album" feature where you can simply click on the "Complete my album" button in iTunes and it will download the songs that you have not yet downloaded from an album. So for an example: Say you have downloaded songs #1, and #4 from band X, and you wanted the rest of the album which, it will go and download songs 2,3,5,6,7,8,9,10 or however many are left. This way you won't get double charged for the songs you have purchased.