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    I'm looking for a device, if one exist yet, that would take my video's, pictures, and music that are on my harddrive and send them to my home theater for view on my hi def system...perferrabley using a wireless transmission so I wouldn't have to feed wires.

    Anyone know if one exist?

    Is this pinnacle Showcenter 200...what I'm looking for?

    http://www.pinnaclesys.com/PublicSit...Center+200.htm

    Thx for any info...
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    Re: does this device exist...?

    I'm not shure if that's really what your looking for.A quick google search turned this up:
    http://tinyurl.com/7o3pf
    It doesn't do videos but thats what burners are for :). But if the video is really important to you i suggest building and HTPC and hooking is up to a Wi-fi. You could go open source with myth tv or use windows MCE but if you can afford it and have the skills that's definitley the way to go.
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    • #3
      Re: does this device exist...?

      A modified xbox with XBMC will do what you want and you can play xbox games.

      Check out Xbox Media Center.

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        Re: does this device exist...?

        The Xbox 360 might be able to do it, but of course since its not out yet I have no idea. But it will be able to use all kinds of wireless connections and has a windows media center button on the remote, so I bet you could...
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          Re: does this device exist...?

          The new TiVO boxes will do what you are looking for.
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            Re: does this device exist...?

            Originally posted by Apophis
            The new TiVO boxes will do what you are looking for.
            OH yeah i forgot to mention tivo. But an HTPC is soooooooo much cooler.......
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            • #7
              Re: does this device exist...?

              Linksys makes one, We've installed a few and have had no problems

              Here is the link:

              http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satel...VisitorWrapper
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