Apple TV1 40GB (Used)

Giá bán 850.000₫

Giá gốc 1.200.000₫-29%

Thương hiệu: Apple

Tình trạng: Còn hàng

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Apple TV thế hệ đầu tiên, tích hợp bộ nhớ 40GB bên trong. Phần cứng mạnh mẽ như 1 máy tính. Sản phẩm hỗ trợ đầy đủ các cổng Output HDMI, Optical, AV. Thiết bị sau khi Jailbreak cài Kodi sẽ sử dụng như một đầu giải trí hoàn...
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Thông tin sản phẩm

• Model: 1218

• Màu sắc: trắng bạc 

• Hình thức: máy đẹp 90% nguyên bản

• Phụ kiện: 01 cáp nguồn, 01 remote white 

 

The Apple TV (Original/1st Gen) -- also referred to as Apple tv, codenamed "iTV" and not to be confused with the Mac TV from yesteryear -- is a compact "set top box" that makes it possible to wirelessly "stream" iTunes content -- "music, audiobooks, videos, TV shows, and movies" -- from as many as five Macs or PCs to an enhanced-definition or HD TV.

It is powered by an officially unspecified "Intel processor" -- a 1 GHz "Dothan" Pentium M -- and equipped with 256 MB of onboard DDR2 SDRAM and a 40 GB or 160 GB hard drive "for storing content locally" (160 GB hard drive option available starting May 30, 2007, 40 GB option discontinued September 14, 2009).

Configured with a 40 GB hard drive, Apple reports that it can hold up to 50 hours of movies and TV shows (at H.264 1.5-Mbps video at 640x480 with 128-Kbps audio, 720p maximum), up to 9,000 songs (assuming songs are 4 minutes long and encoded in 128-Kbps AAC), and up to 25,000 "Apple TV viewable photos transferred from iTunes". Configured with a 160 GB hard drive, Apple reports that the system holds up to 200 hours of video, up to 36,000 songs, or up to 25,000 photos using the same formats.

Connectivity includes HDMI, component video and audio, optical audio, 10/100Base-T Ethernet, and a single USB 2.0 port "for service and diagnostics" -- and hacking -- as well as 802.11n wireless networking.

The Apple TV requires a Mac running MacOS X 10.3.9 or higher or a PC running Windows XP Home or Professional (SP2) either with a copy of iTunes 7.1 or higher, a wireless network (802.11g or 802.11n for wireless video streaming) or a 10/100Base-T Ethernet network, as well as an enhanced-definition or high-definition widescreen television (starting January 15, 2008, Apple unveiled a software update that made it possible to rent movies directly from the Apple TV without using a separate computer).