The Toshiba StorE TV+ will be arriving at market soon and now we have some nice features to share that should keep most multimedia enthusiasts happy.
The StorE TV+ starts off with a very nice 2TB hard drive and includes an integrated 802.11 b/g/n WiFi connection alongside a 10/100 Ethernet port. Users also have a nice LCD front panel that can display TV information, even when your TV is in the off position.
There’s also plenty of support for the StoreE TV+ which can play Ogg and Flac audio files, among other standard audio options, while plenty of video support is featured including MPEG-1, 2 and 4 plus H.264. The system also offers MOV, MP4, MKV and AVI support alongside VC-1 codec abilities.
The downfall? No DivX or XviD support has been listed.
You can pick up your new media drive this September for $307, a slightly weird price, but then again missing DivX and XviD support is even more strange. [SlashGear]