WiFi Drives : 2007 Media Centers

WiFi Drives : 2007 Media Centers
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The Seagate concept wireless WiFi drive demonstrated at the CES gives us a glimpse of the future of media centers. Soon, manufacturers will start to produce high capacity drives using...

Guy Brighton
  • 9 january 2006

The Seagate concept wireless WiFi drive demonstrated at the CES gives us a glimpse of the future of media centers. Soon, manufacturers will start to produce high capacity drives using WiFi first, then WiMax. If we look at the current trend for separate memory drives to hold folk’s jukeboxes, we could suppose that this will next extend to video content. Unrestricted WiFi in the home could change the whole way we enjoy our music and film.

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