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Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Launch of Apple TV Device Delayed


Apple will delay until mid-March its Apple TV device for playing computer-based video on television sets, a spokeswoman said on Monday.

Consumer electronics makers for years have promised to give consumers better access to movies, pictures, music and other media stored on their computers through wired and wireless links to other devices, but offerings so far largely have been complicated or limited in scope.



Apple, known for its easy-to-use iPod digital music players, in early January said it would launch in February the $299 Apple TV, which wirelessly links computers to televisions.


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