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Device Pavilion Impresses Crowd at Streaming Media East

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One of the highlights of the recently completed Streaming Media East conference in New York City was the addition of the Broadband Device Pavilion. Here, attendees could sample over two dozen set-top devices all from one spot, including the Apple TV, Boxee Box, Logitech Revue, Microsoft Xbox 360, and many more.

The pavilion also included tablet devices and Broadband-enabled Blu-ray players from Vizio, Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Sharp, Philips, Toshiba, Magnavox, and Sylvania.

StreamingMedia.com contributor Jose Castillo created the following brief video showing off the pavilion. Look for his upcoming coverage comparing the devices.

By the way, here are Castillo's photo highlights from the conference. Be sure to check out the shot of him and editor Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen on a Vespa. 

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