Engadget gives us a tour of the Apple TV interface, which is basically a set-top box that “enables digital content to be streamed from any computer running Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows capable of running streamed media via iTunes onto an enhanced-definition or high-definition widescreen TV television.” Continue reading for the video.

Basically we start at the start (not plugged in) and take you through everything there is to see in Apple’s wireless media streamer, including playing back movies, trailers, and music, watching photos, and all those gears in setup and options

[via Engadget]

Engadget gives us a tour of the Apple TV interface, which is basically a set-top box that “enables digital content to be streamed from any computer running Mac OS X or Microsoft Windows capable of running streamed media via iTunes onto an enhanced-definition or high-definition widescreen TV television.” Continue reading for the video.

Basically we start at the start (not plugged in) and take you through everything there is to see in Apple’s wireless media streamer, including playing back movies, trailers, and music, watching photos, and all those gears in setup and options

[via Engadget]