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Mytellyhd: Linux Media Server Gets High Def

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Interact TV, makers of numerous Linux-based home media servers has just announced the latest in their line-up, the MyTellyHD (what sort of silly name is that?)

Interact TV MyTellyHD Linux Media Server

It features a complete home media server including PVR, DVD, music and photo library capabilities. The server can handle high definition content up to 720p resolution (sorry no 1080i/p or HDMI at this point.) Connections include component, composite, s-video, digital audio, gigabit Ethernet, USB and Firewire. An optional $50 IR blaster kit lets you control external cable and satellite receivers.

It’s all packaged in sleek, compact (13.6″ x 2.2″ x 12.2″), fanless box perfect for A/V equipment racks. The MyTellyHD comes in 160GB ($899) and 400GB ($1068) versions and is available now.

[Press Release]