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Seagate FreeAgent Theater Media Player
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Seagate
Source: Seagate
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May 04, 2009

Earlier this year Seagate announced a new product intended to simplify the enjoyment of digital photos, movies, and music from your home theater. The FreeAgent Theater was a prominent feature in Seagate's display at CES 2009, and the early preview of the device was definitely generating some interest.

Fast forward a few months and the FreeAgent Theater is now available at a handful of online stores, and for us to review. The promotional image below shows an overview of the FreeAgent Theater, which is pretty much a home theater connected dock which makes use of a Seagate FreeAgent Go portable hard drive (as reviewed here) for storage space. You can purchase the FreeAgent Theater in three configurations; without storage (add your own drive), with a 250GB drive, or with a 500GB drive. We'll be checking out the version that ships with a 250GB drive, while also swapping in a 320GB drive for comparison purposes.

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Before taking a closer look at the Seagate FreeAgent Theater media player, let's take a look at some of its features and specifications.

Features and Specifications:

Model: ST902503CEA1E1-RK
Interface: USB 2.0
Capacity: 250GB
Dual-docking system eliminates fumbling with cables and connections
Automatically syncs with new content on your PC
1080i High-Definition playback
Dolby Digital 5.1 audio surround sound support
Intuitive user interface
Customize slideshows with music and transition effects
Directly connects to digital cameras, USB flash drives, and additional external USB hard drives
Supported File Systems: NTFS, FAT32, FAT
Video Output: Composite, S-video, Component
Audio Output: stereo, coaxial S/PDIF
Supported Formats:
    Video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (AVI/VOB/ISO), MPEG-4 (AVI/DivX /Xvid)
    Subtitles: SAMI(smi), SRT and SUB
    Video resolutions:
         NTSC 480i/480p; PAL 576i/576p
         Supports video (HD and upscaling) up to 720p/1080i
    Audio: MP3, AC3 (5.1 audio - Dolby Digital) WMA, WAV, OGG
    Photo: JPEG files up to 20 megapixels

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