Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Startup lets you play console video games remotely - Boston.com

Another productivity-enhancing advance…

A startup called Spawn Labs thinks it has a solution to this problem. Starting Monday, the Austin, Texas-based company began selling a box that is much like a Slingbox -- a device that lets you watch your home TV remotely -- for video gaming.

Spawn Labs' HD-720 costs $200, or about the same price as Microsoft's cheapest Xbox console. Unlike playing a video game on a Web site, when the box is connected to one of several different gaming systems you can remotely access any video game disc already inside, along with any games stored on the console's hard drive.

Startup lets you play console video games remotely - Boston.com

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