Connected to the Internet via Gigabit Ethernet, the A-200 lets users stream online content like Videocast, CBS, and CNN, as well as from external devices including from (but not limited to) computers, USB-connected devices and digital cameras. Other features include NTFS write support, slots for SATA internal hard drives and a new Flash Lite menu to browse.
Interested customers can start preordering the media box starting Monday, January 18 at 10 AM PST, starting at $179. However, if you want the WN-150 Wi-Fi attachment, that price jumps to $199, not including shipping nor taxes.
Below is a rundown on the A-200, compared with its companions, the C-200 and the A-110.