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Physically, the mini is similar in size and shape to a VHS videocassette, so it was pretty easy to find a place for it in my entertainment center. The front panel sports a Buffalo label, a power button and a couple of status LEDs. However, the back panel, shown in Figure 1, is pretty sparse as these types of devices go.

Figure 1: LinkTheater mini Back Panel

Figure 1: LinkTheater mini Back Panel

The panel has a power connector, a 10/100 Ethernet connection and composite A/V connections. It would have been nice to see at least an S-Video output, but Buffalo is evidently trying to keep this unit's price as low as possible. The mini also comes with a fairly large remote control, shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2: LinkTheater mini Remote

Figure 2: LinkTheater mini Remote
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