Does the world need yet another 1080p media streamer? D-Link seem to think so, today announcing the MovieNite DSM-310. As you would expect, it streams video and audio from various internet services, and it's relatively cheap to boot.
The D-Link MovieNite will stream from Vudu, Netflix, YouTube, and Pandora, all in 1080p where available. D-link say that the MovieNite has a simple three-stage set up, and ports include HDMI, Ethernet, and a composite audio/video port. The streamer has built in WiFi connectivity.
MovieNite has some additional features: you can stream live video from mydlink network cameras, and you can pull down photos from Picasa in case you want to share your latest vacation snaps with the family. The MovieNite comes with a remote, but there are apps available for iOS and Android that will let you control the streamer via your smartphone or tablet.
The MovieNite will be available at Walmart, online and in retail stores, for $59.99. The media streamer is apparently available right now, so if it sounds like your thing, get ordering.