While its all-black exterior looks slightly more serious than the grey and black finish of Sky's standard receivers, it's hardly an example of'tech porn' by today's fashionable standards. Getting up a bit closer to the new Sky HD 2TB box, though, leads to the rather important discovery of a WPS button and a little LED that shows whether you're on Wi-Fi or not. Yes, you read that right: the latest Sky HD 2TB receiver (and Sky's new standard Sky HD receiver actually) supports Wi-Fi. This is an enormously welcome and long over-due addition to the spec of Sky's receivers, finally acknowledging that it's not always at all easy for people to hard wire their Sky box into their broadband network.
We could imagine this being to some people as attractive a reason for upgrading from their existing Sky receiver as the 2TB box's extra storage capacity. The addition of Wi-Fi is especially important these days because on-demand content is now such a key part of Sky's content offering.
We'll come back to this presently, but first we should run through the Sky HD 2TB's other connections: namely an HDMI, two LNB inputs, an aerial loopthrough system, both optical and coaxial digital audio outputs, and an Ethernet port should you prefer the hardwired approach to using the new Wi-Fi. Intriguingly, the Sky HD 2TB also sports two USB ports, raising hopes that Sky has finally embraced the content sharing revolution and allowed you to play back multimedia files through its receivers. This item is in the category "Sound & Vision\TV Reception & Set-Top Boxes\Satellite TV Receivers".
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