MSN TV Goes Broadband

Inexplicably, Microsoft will release a new version of its MSN TV hardware, which had previously found a wide audience of approximately 16 users, most of whom were allegedly using the device after losing a bet. But seriously, folks, MSN TV is back, and this time, Microsoft is aiming the new MSN TV device—which lets you browse the Web and answer email through your TV set—not to inexperienced users but rather to technical users who want a PC alternative that works in their living room. The hardware will sell for about $200 and include a wireless keyboard and remote control, Microsoft says. About the only thing MSN TV has going for it is that it doesn't have an AOL logo on it, from what we can tell

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