Just days after treating Bravia Home Theatre sytems to their own iPod dock, Sony's come up with another use for its much-touted proprietary 'Digital Media Port'.This time it's a homegrown take on that Stuff Wi-Fi favourite, the Roku Soundbridge, called the TDM-NC1 (pictured).Sony's version is a 3in black cube barely big enough to start shaving. It'll stream music from PCs via Wi-Fi, or Ethernet cable for old-school types. True to its roots, it'll only work with Bravia systems, oh and it doesn't like talking to Macs.Alas, with no support for MP3s or any protected music other than ATRACS bought through Sony's Connect store, it's a touch more ornamental than useful. But hey, when did we ever let practicality get in the way of style?
Sony's Bravia-loving Wi-Fi music box
Just days after treating Bravia Home Theatre sytems to their own iPod dock, Sony's come up with another use for its much-touted proprietary 'Digital M