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Media Players

Western Digital has released their latest media player in the form of the WD Elements Play. The device comes equipped with a built-in hard disk drive and is designed for value conscious movie buffs, who want to store and play their media collection in full-HD 1080p on their TV. Available in 1TB or 2TB of storage capacity, the Western Digital Elements Play supports AAC, MP3, JPEG, Real Media, H.264, and MKV file formats. Word has it that the Western Digital Elements Play will retail for around $200. Stay tuned for more updates. [Western Digital]

Acer is reportedly planning on shipping their newest HD media player ‘RevoView’ in Germany. According to nDevil, the device will hit Germany by the end of August for a starting price of 149 Euro (about $198). The RevoView itself will be available in three different storage capacities including 320GB, 1TB and 2TB models. [Liliputing]

Uebo M200 Media Streamer

With the release of media streamers like the Boxee Box, there are many media streamers releasing trying to get a share of the market. One of the newer ones is the Uebo M200 Media Streamer. It will work with UPnP services like PlayOn and feature a few built in internet services as well. It will feature HMDI 1.3, component and composite video out, as well as having two USB ports. Considering it includes a 5-in-1 card reader too, the $129 price point isn’t too shabby. [CrunchGear]

Monsoon Vulkano Media Streamer

We have just received word that the new Vulkano Media Streamer from Monsoon is all set and ready to go. It will feature an integrated video processor as well as local storage all within its slim frame. It will be capable of accepting HD videos and will be able to record videos too. You will also be able to access popular online services such as Hulu, Netflix, Google TV, Amazon, Yahoo! Widgets and a full HTML browser for viewing web pages. [UberGizmo]

LG Art Cinema DP1 Media Player

It looks like the LG Art Cinema DP1 has passed the test of the FCC and is now ready to start going into production. The device can be best described as a DivX media player with WiFi connectivity to enhance the viewing experience with connectivity to the internet. It will allow access to web services to sites like Picasa, AccuWeather and YouTube. Full 1080p HD video will be supported so you will be able to get the absolute most out of the player. [Akihabara]