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Iomega Launch Iomega TV with Boxee in the UK


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The Iomega TV with Boxee has been launched in the UK – 11 months after we saw it at CES.

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We first told you about the Iomega TV back in January when we were at CES. Well it has finally been launched here in the UK.

Here is what Iomega said:

Iomega TV with Boxee is now shipping in the UK and is available in retail stores and online.

Experience Internet TV.  Iomega® TV with Boxee + Network Storage takes everything you love about the Internet – TV shows, movies, music and more – and puts it directly on your HDTV. At the same time, you can manage, share and store up to 2TB of your most important digital content.  So you get the best of both worlds – entertainment and network storage.


  • Everything From The Web on Your TV
  • Stream HD Content to Your TV
  • Connect With Friends on Facebook and Twitter From Your TV
  • Your Digital Collection From Your Home Network on Your TV
  • Wireless Connectivity and Up to 2TBs of Onboard Storage for All Your Videos, Pictures and Music

Two versions of the new Iomega TV with Boxee are available.  One that includes 1TB or 2TB of onboard storage, and another model without an integrated hard drive.  Either way, the new Iomega TV with Boxee makes your laptop or desktop a thing of the past for enjoying the web as well as your own videos, photos and music.

Prices start at £220.00.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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