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D-Link Boxee Box D-Link has been revealed as the first hardware partner to produce a Boxee branded product.

D-Link's DSM-380 Boxee Box runs Boxee's open source media system, which is based on XBMC.

The Box has HDMI, S/PDIF digital audio and stereo analog audio outputs, Ethernet and 802.11n network connections, two USB 2.0 ports and an SD card slot.

The product target price is under $200 and delivery is slated for sometime "in the first half of 2010".

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Over In The Forums

For a long time, but also just in the last three days, I've noticed queries such as these in my OpenDNS statistics: local *.in-addr.arpa users-pc ...
So I just bought this router to replace an older Linksys E3200 Wireless AP/Router. At first I liked this router. It performed exceptionally. Two days ...
OK, I understand very little about RAID and the more I read the less I seem to know! Now it sounds like RAID 5 is a no go since it is more vulnerable....
Is this possible? I can do it from the WAN side, but can't figure out how to do it from the LAN side.
Router- AC3200 with ASUS firmware. Internet ISP - Comcast. Network adapter - Intel 82579V Gigabit Network Connection. Several weeks ago I tried to ...