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FireWire, AKA IEEE 1394 and i.Link, is a high-speed serial bus intended for audio/video and mass-data systems.

The original ReplayTV models included two FireWire ports; Replay said they were for future storage expansion, and there was speculation they might be used to interface to digital camcorders or computer-based video editing.

The ports were never enabled and were removed from the second generation systems. Some reports indicate that they weren't even electrically connected on the original systems.

-- ToddLarason - 27 Apr 2002

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Revision r1.1 - 28 Apr 2002 - 03:36 GMT - ToddLarason
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