Iomega TV (Courtesy of Boxee)
Boxee posted on their web blog today that they have teamed up with Iomega to unveil a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device called the Iomega TV running the Boxee software at CES this week. Like the Boxee Box by D-Link, the Iomega TV with Boxee is powered by the Intel Atom CE4100 to play 1080P HD videos, run a TV browser, play Adobe Flash 10.1 and more. The Iomega TV will come in three different configurations: Diskless ($229), 1TB ($299) and 2TB ($349).
Boxee is a software company (even though some people mistake them for a set-top box maker) and they have been working hard to get their software embedded into as many devices as possible like the Boxee Box by D-Link, Blu-ray devices, and gaming consoles. Iomega is a worldwide leader in storage solutions, with a variety of NAS, external hard drives, multimedia drives, and removable storage solutions.
Boxee expects the Iomega TV to be available in the first quarter of 2011.