Think I used work with a few of the lads who went to work for them.
Its a nice idea (and one that I had a while back and checked if anyone had done it and I found them which shocked me as they were galway based) but I'm wondering if its nearly too dated now ? They've been at this for 4 years ? thats quite some time .. another year or two to actually start to get it into widespread use at least.
With broadband speeds approaching 24Mbit/s in Paris for example (no idea of current stats in the UK) ... is this not gonna be pretty much a dead technology pretty shortly ?
1. I've to bring my key with me
2. I've got to get my key to begin with which I presume will cost me
24Mbit/sec means 3Mbs a sec
Given low quality div x movies are around the 700 mb size this would mean 4 minutes to download a movie from your home "movie box" of course thats not high def which are quite a bit larger so maybe there is a market for the key.
mmmm....I can now rent HD movies on my xbox 360, I can download the latest releases with bit comet and stream them straight to the 360......mmm walking down to the video shop in the snow to rent a memory card, not so sure.....Somebody launching a phone with a HD port so I can stream straight to my telly from my phone using my HSDPA connection....now that's progress.....