Western Digital WD TV Live HD Media Player Video
Buy Now and Price - $119.99
The WD TV Live is similar to the original WD TV media player, except it has a couple key differences which let down the first player, even though we were very impressed with it.
Western Digital added an Ethernet LAN port so that you can stream media over your network and also access online services including YouTube, Flickr and Live365 directly from the media player itself. This is the first time we've seen this type of very solid implementation in a media player - suffice to say, we are very impressed.
Without a doubt, the WD TV Live is the best HD Media Player we have tested so far and will make a great gift this holiday season. You can watch our video review here.
TEAM Group Supreme U100 64GB Pen Drive
Buy Now and Price - $132.99
We realize that pen drives are a dime a dozen and that everyone makes them, but that is even better reason for a company to work hard and produce a pen drive that you actually want to call yours and something you would be proud carrying around with you.
TEAM Group's Supreme 64GB pen drive is one of those pen drives that we would like to be seen with. It is built using a fancy aluminum finish which feels like smooth and soft leather and is very nice to hold and use. It also is built using a rather unique cap design which uses rails down each side of the drive in a non-removable type design that is also a great addition. Not the largest pen drive on the market with 128GB drives out and about now, but one of the best looking by far and a great Christmas stocking stuffer for sure!
You can watch our video review here.
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