Linksys previews Media Center Extenders

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Tim Higgins

Linksys Media Center Extenders

The DMA 2200 has an upscaling DVD player and both products have digital and optical audio outputs. No word on the video resolutions supported, but the presence of the upscaling DVD player infers that at least the DMA 2200 might have an HDMI connector.

Estimated street prices are $349.99 and $299.99 respectively for the 2200 and 2100.

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