July 30, 2009

LG XF1 Multimedia HDD

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Stream 1080i video to your HDTV with the LG's XF1 500GB hard drive. The device also features a USB interface to transfer media from your PC. The XF1 supports AVI, Xvid and MPEG files and has a very shiny gloss black cover and touch sensitive navigation buttons. No price has been announced.

Via LGE

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July 29, 2009

Toshiba Digital Frames With Uploading

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Toshiba has designed a series of WiFi digital frames that may be one giant leap for networkers. Of course it will display your personal photos and videos, but add to that a FrameChannel account and you can upload images, videos and music from over 1,000 channels that include Flickr, Facebook, weather, traffic reports, stock quotes and sports scores. Choose between a black (DMF82XKU) or white (DMF82XWU) model with an 8" frame for $179.99 with an acrylic front finish and a black 10" digiframe (DMF102XKU) at a price of $229.99 this August.

Via I4U

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July 22, 2009

Verizon FiOS Launches App Store

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Following the pattern of other companies, Verizon FiOS has launched a Widget Bazaar app store and Internet Video on TV. Users will be eventually able to connect to Twitter, ESPN, Facebook, Veoh, blip.tv, and Dailymotion. Home Media DVR customers will be able to stream personal videos from their PCs. FLV, WMV, MPEG-1, AVI, MPG, PM4/M4V, 3GP/3G2 files will be compatible with the service. Verizon also plans future free and for-pay apps in the future.

Via Verizon Tools and Apps

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July 17, 2009

Freakin' Friday! MediaGate M²TV

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Turn your TV into a mini-home theater with the MediaGate M²TV. Plug and play any hard drive, SD/SDHC/MMC digital memory card/stick or other USB device in its USB port. You get full HD 1080p playback and navigation of video, audio and/or photos. With RealVideo 10RMVB support, the portable device is portable and flexible. Need more space? Add more USB drives. We will be taking a closer look at the M²TV soon, so stay tuned (pun intended.)

Thanks, Tony

Via MediaGate

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July 14, 2009

Satechi WiFi Internet Radio

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Who says electronics have to come in a box-like shape? Satechi's INSP3 WiFi Internet Radio has automatic or manual search with WLAN: IEEE 802.11b,g LAN: Ethernet 10/100 Mbit/s and streams via UPnP. At a size of 12.8 x 3.5 x 7.5", it features an alarm clock with timer, 2 8W front speakers, multiple language settings, line-in audio input and headset output. Twenty stations can be preset and a history list will store your last 10 channels.

Via Satechi

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July 13, 2009

AMEX Blu-Ray Super Multi-Drive for Mac

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AMEX's new Blu-ray Recorder Super Multi-Drive for MacBook, Pro and Air is multi-functional with Dual/Double Layer recording. Attachable by USB 2.0, it has a Crystal Tilt/Blur Compensator for better recording/playing and a SATA drive with 30% faster data transfer rate. The BDR-S1 / BDR-T28 4X can play or record, make back-up for CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs. The tray-loading recorder uses ECO S.M.A.R.T that will maximize its battery life about 40%. This is a good thing as the recorder will set you back $599.00.

Via AMEX Digital

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July 9, 2009

Sonos Latest Controller Features Touchscreen

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Pix of the Sonos CR200 controller have finally been revealed. The touchscreen features an on-screen QWERTY keyboard and a lock when searching for tunes or artists. Not much else has been released newswise except the obvious absence of the scroll wheel.

Via Automated Home

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July 8, 2009

Onkyo 7.2-Channel A/V Surround Home Theater Receiver

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Onkyo's TX-SR607 is the newest member of the company's home theater solution. The 7.2 channel surround home receiver has Faroudja DCDi EdgeHDMI 1.3a inputs for up to 6 components and features Dolby Pro Logic IIz. Connect to your PMPs, satellite box, DVD players and upscale analog video signals. The receiver also has 4 gaming modes and Audyssey technology for room correction.

Via Onkyo Home Theater Receivers

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July 7, 2009

Boxee Windows Version Available, Adds MLB and More

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Boxee has added some new features. One of them is the streaming MLB.TV Premium that includes live and on-demand games, with the ability to pause and rewind. Users can now stream music and create photo slideshows from Tumblr and CurrentTV is available now for news and entertainment. Check their blog for other improvements But perhaps the best news is that
their Windows version is now available in public beta, so if you have wanted to try it out, now is the time.

Via Boxee

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July 6, 2009

Emtec MovieCube Media Centers

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The Emtec MovieCube P800 is not just an external hard drive that stores up to 500GB data with an HDMi port for viewing. The all-in-one media center can read most audio, video and photo formats with analog and digital TV tuner. Its Xvid HD 720p/1080i decoding gives it Internet radio access and an Ethernet port for transference of data. It is available now at a price of £280 (~$455.00.) Need less storage but still want one? Emtec also has a 40 GB MovieCube for about half that price.

Via Emtec Storage

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