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Quick Review: Apple TV (2010) 2.0 Media Player - FrostyTech.com Quick Review: Apple TV (2010) 2.0 Media Player
Mon Nov 08, 2010 | 12:02P| PermaLink
The Apple TV (somewhat rebranded now as iTV, but still being sold under that moniker) first arrived in home cinemas over three years ago, a curious oddity in a market torn between competing HD standards (Blu-ray and HD DVD). It had no support for either of the optical formats, and instead relied on an internal hard drive and streaming from a home PC running iTunes. Unlike the optical disc formats, the Apple TV was limited to the barest minimum of HD resolution; 720p. It was also very stringent on what types of digital media it would support (essentially, if you can’t play it natively on an iPod, iTouch, or in iTunes, it won’t play on the Apple TV either). Even with these limitations, the device sold very well and encouraged Apple to radically revamp the design in certain ways for its next generation release.
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Thermalright Venomous X Heatsink Review  - FrostyTech.com Thermalright Venomous X Heatsink Review
Wed May 05, 2010 | 4:03P| PermaLink
Aftermarket cooling solutions have really stabilized over the past couple years, no longer are we seeing strange and exotic designs, and the solid blocks we find with our retail processors are the only remnants of that past technology.
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