BBC’s iPlayer Streams To Cello iViewer HDTVs, Those iElsewhere Get iNothing

BBC’s iPlayer Streams To Cello iViewer HDTVs, Those iElsewhere Get iNothing

By | Dec 10, 2009

Hopefully you haven’t exceeded your daily allowance of the letter ‘i’ yet this morning; this post could push you into CamelCase overload. British electronics maker Cello has announced iViewer, a line of LCD HTDVs available in £399 ($650) 26- and £499 ($815) 32-inch models that will directly stream BBC’s iPlayer, no silly gaming console or set-top box required. They’ll also stream a variety of other digital channels, including YouTube and American CNN — so why is it that Americans still can’t stream content from the Beeb? Sets will be selling soon exclusively at Marks and Spencer stores, and would have been available months ago if not for a delay thanks to an unidentified but apparently American chip maker. Sure, blame the US. Everything’s our fault.

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