HD digital media player allows widescreen televisions to access and play an ever-growing array of streaming films, TV shows, and live sports
Apple TV Box (MD199LL/A)
A power cord and HDMI cable is all Apple TV needs to transform your television into a wellspring of high-definition media, including films, TV shows, and live sports. Popular online streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, and HBO GO are integrated into Apple TV’s interface, so users can comfortably watch content on a bigger screen than the ones on their tablets, smartphones, or Teletubby stomachs. The box also gives the option to purchase or rent content from the iTunes store, and compiles media into iCloud accounts for Macbooks, iPhones, and other mobile devices to easily access. It even streams music from iTunes Radio for free, unveiling a selection of more than 250 genre-focused, DJ-curated stations.
- Model number: MD199LL/A
- Versatile digital media player
- Displays content on compatible widescreen TVs (not included)
- Grants access to a wide array of 1080p HD films, TV shows, and live sports
- Integrated Netflix, Hulu Plus, and HBO GO applications
- Wirelessly streams content playing other iOS devices using AirPlay
- iCloud functionality for sharing pictures and videos between devices
- Quick and easy setup
- Requires HDMI cable (not included)
- One-year warranty from Apple
- Technical specifications and requirements
- Weight: 1lb.
- Dimensions: 0.9”(H) x 3.9” (W) x 3.9”(D)
In the box: Apple TV box, remote, power cord, documentation
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