Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
DNLA is the software technology pushing connectivity between personal electronics devices, like the PS3.<br><br>You don't need a PC, there are DLNA servers that run great on OS X.<br><br>The Apple TV is an okay little box but AFAIK it doesn't have DLNA support even though basicially it's just a DLNA client. Hopefully there will be a future hack.<br><br>It's all about choices, and personally I'd rather spend my money on hardware that will continue to be more robust in the future and play any media I wish, not just what Apple wants me to play on it.<br><br>I'd also rather spend $399 than ~$650 for a standalone blu ray player and Apple TV. :)<br><br><br><br>Hey I'm an F'n Jerk!®
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