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    Western Digital Elements Play Media Player

    Western Digital Elements Play Media Player

    Western Digital has announced the Elements Play and will be available direct from Western Digital as well as various online retailers.


    The WD Elements Play is going to be available in two versions, a 1TB or 2TB model. Other features include 1080p video playback as well as SPDIF and Dolby Digital support. Connectivity includes HDMI, composite (RCA) and USB 2.0.

    File support includes H.264, RMVB and MKV for video, MP3 and AAC for audio and JPEG image files. The WD Elements Play also includes support for a wide variety of languages as well as DVD navigation with menu navigation, chapter listings, special features and subtitles.

    Other specs include the ability to add extra USB hard drives as well as being camera compatible, which will allow for direct connections to a digital camera of camcorder. Lastly, the WD Elements Play measures in at 1.6 (H) x 8.9 (W) x 5.9 (W) inches.

    Pricing has yet to be announced.

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