Online video streaming service Boxee has announced that the launch of its Boxee Box, a cube-shaped device capable of streaming online video onto HD TVs, has been delayed until November.
The Boxee Box, which is being developed by D-Link, will bring the popular video streaming service to viewers' television sets.
The box can be attached to HD TVs using a HDMI, optical and RCA cables.
The company said that the device, previously slated for a release this summer, would bring online browsing to the television, complete with support for Adobe Flash 10.1.
The Boxee Box will stream high definition videos available on the web or a local network to the television, avoiding the need to use a laptop or desktop PC to stream online videos onto the user's TV.
Avner Ronan of Boxee wrote: “We are looking forward to the November launch with D-Link and believe it will deliver a user experience that sets the standard for accessing stuff from the Internet and from your home network on your TV.”