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IFF to offer limited edition Apple TV

updated 02:20 pm EDT, Thu April 5, 2007

Limited Apple TV at IFF

Tech Superpowers has teamed up with the Independent Film Festival of Boston to provide "The Titanium Package," a festival package that includes a new Apple TV combined with the all-access Chrome Pass that allows access to all film screenings and parties. The Apple TV set top box device streams content wirelessly from a home computer into the living room, displaying photos or playing music and video on a modern TV. The device is priced at $299 from Apple, and ships with a 40GB hard drive that stores up to 50 hours of video. The IFF Boston 5th Anniversary Limited Edition Apple TV comes pre-loaded with 17 full-length films and shorts from the past five years of the festival, and will be available for individual purchase at the festival for $350.




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  1. bogmonster

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    video VARs

    Now there's an interesting take to dress up a (forgive me) somewhat underwhelming device from my favorite manufacturer.

    This ain't yer papa's box set collection...

    package up your favorite producer / director / actor in a nice set top box

    downside is you have to flush the movies to add anything, but if they boost the drives on their side...

    Anyhow, babble babble...just really like the idea, 'specially for boutique items like the indie film scene

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