You Can Take TV

Thanks to Casey in the UK for the heads up! He writes:

I was stumbling around the Internet on my lunch break and found a cool gadget you’ll probably love. It’s called TakeTV and is a Windows/Mac/Linux compatible 4 gig flash drive that you copy your movies, music, TV shows, etc., onto from your computer. You plug it into an included cradle that connects to your TV using S-video, or composite plugs. The GUI pops up on the TV; from there you pick what you want to watch and… it plays it.

The whole package includes the 4 gig flash drive, remote, cradle with video cables, and power adapter for $100. The 8 gig model is $150. This would be great to use when you have movies on your computer that you want to show your friends, but don’t want to take your laptop to their house. Or for people who love watching movies on a big screen TV but don’t want to mess around with transcoding and burning the movie only to watch it once. Also good for taking your movies with you on vacation.

What do you use to transport your videos around?

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