I’m sure all of you have heard of a company known as Western Digital. If not, it is a company that is very well known for its hard drives and other miscellaneous storage accessories. This product, however, isn’t aimed at the storage market, but rather the home entertainment market. The WD TV Play, which costs $69.99, comes with access to services including Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Vudu, Spotify and Pandora. Looking at the screenshot above, and hearing what it is for, you can guess what product it would be challenging – the Apple TV. WD even has applications in the iOS App Store and Google Play Store that you can use to control the device, giving it a small edge over Apple’s. Something that I’m sure will catch consumers’ eyes as well is the $30 price difference, with the Apple TV coming in at $99. If you are interested in learning more about the device, you can check the source below.
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