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Friday afternoon at Sling Media’s HQ in San Mateo, we got a look at a prototype for one of the first entrants in the bring-Internet-video-to-the-TV race: The SlingCatcher, a sort of Slingbox-in-reverse that should hit the retail shelves sometime this summer, priced at $200 or less. […]

Friday afternoon at Sling Media’s HQ in San Mateo, we got a look at a prototype for one of the first entrants in the bring-Internet-video-to-the-TV race: The SlingCatcher, a sort of Slingbox-in-reverse that should hit the retail shelves sometime this summer, priced at $200 or less.

While full details won’t be revealed until a press conference Sunday night, we can tell you some more about one of the first ways to get those YouTube clips to your living room. Read more over at GigaOM.

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    […] We’ve already covered the upcoming PC-to-TV box from Sling, a similar product from Linksys and over at GigaOm the new media devices from Netgear. Even Sony has joined the set-top sweepstakes. So even if the iTV is delayed, there are plenty of new ways to get your online video into your living room. […]

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