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Snapstick uses iPhone app to "flick" streaming media to your TV

Private beta promises a creative mobile to TV solution

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Dec 10, 2010 5:29 am

Tons of companies are coming up with their own spin on Internet TV. Snapstick is no exception, starting up their own brand that teams up iOS devices with your TV to easily access videos and other media on your TV. Here's the official video:

 

 

Snapstick uses a small box that's connected to your TV to stream the media from the mobile device to your TV. The iPhone handles remote and keyboard controls, eliminating the need for any other peripherals. Snapstick makes it look awfully easy; just flick your iPhone towards your TV and start watching. Just make sure you have a firm grip; no need destroying your expensive TV and iPhone in one foul swoop, okay?

 

NEWS SOURCES:News.cnet.com

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