January 26, 2010

Funai Multi-Functional Universal I-Remote


Funai's I-Remote runs on Android 1.5 and has a 7" touch sensitive screen. The universal remote features a WiFi module for Internet access and can be used as a DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) to play video clips from PC to TV. It can also be used as a digital photo frame to display both images and videos from an SD card. Look for it sometime this year with a price around $300.00.

Via Hot Hardware

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January 20, 2010

Mobile TV With Tivit App


Tivit is a handy app for iPhone/iPod touch that allows you to view DVB-H mobile TV via WiFi. It offers channel listings and program descriptions, and once you select content, you can change channels, and adjust the volume and screen size. The application has recently undergone some improvements, such as better interface, channel logo and adding a program guide.

Via App Shopper

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Monster Hyper-Speed HDMI Cable


Monster's M2000 Hyper-Speed HDMI Cable provides 21 gigabits per second transfer. Made with a high velocity silver-coated center for better detail and color, the cable eliminates the need for digital to analog conversion. The company is also offering 3.5 mm SuperThin Cables at prices between $89.00 to $170.00.

Via Monster Hyper-Speed HDMI Cable

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January 15, 2010

Popbox One Ups Popcorn Hour


If you dig Popcorn Hour then you will go nutso over the Popbox. It displays photos, videos, plays music and has access to YouTube, Netflix and even Twitter. Video processing supports 100Mbps bitrate (1080p video) and Popapps allow support for Java, Flash and Qt. Debuting at the CES 2010, it is also an open platform for third party apps and services and will make an appearance soon.

Via Popbox

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January 14, 2010

D-Link Pebble Debuts


D-Link unveiled the Pebble at the CES 2010, a new media player that can stream music, photos or video from an external hard drive, memory card, NAS device, USB thumb drive, PC or the Interweb. With an optional dongle available for wireless connectivity, the device has simplified navigation with its GUI. The Pebble should be out the first half of the year with a MSRP of $119.99.

Via D-Link

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January 13, 2010

LG Blu-ray Player Includes Hard Drive


LG's latest Blu-ray player, the BD-590, features access to YouTube, Netflix (with updated interface,) BD Live and other online sites via wired Ethernet or WiFi. Add to that a 250GB hard drive that gives you the ability to download and save music via MusicID and purchase movies from VUDU to watch at your convenience. Displayed at the CES 2010, no price is available as yet, but expect two other Blu-ray players with similar features minus the hard drive.

Via CE Pro

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Arkview Video Card Simplifies Presentations


The Arkview External Video Card can extend a presentation beyond one source. It can support up to 6 simultaneous displays, including widescreen, when others are added. The USB 2.0 to DVI/VGA or HDMI adapter comes with software and works without needing to turn on your PC and can be used for LCDs, TVs, projectors and your laptop as well.

Via Arkview External Video Card

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January 7, 2010

CES 2010: MoSoNex Lets You Play Journalist


The Best of Innovation winner in the social category at this week's CES 2010 is MoSoNex. Take a picture or video on your 3G smartphone, press "use" and it will be sent to anyone on your group list. So far so boring, but the picture/video appears on their TV via a set top box. The software is free and you are charged a monthly subscription fee, based on the service level. We so want this.

Via MoSoNex

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January 1, 2010

Freakin' Friday! Bose Goes on Sale


The first time we were introduced to Bose we were in a mall many years ago and looked at the price then looked away, but it truly is a remarkable sounding system in its mini-form. The company is offering its 3·2·1 GS Series III DVD Home Entertainment System at a 10% discount through January 16. The media center includes a progressive scan DVD/CD player with HDMI output and AM/FM tuner, two Gemstone speakers with 2.1-channel sound and an Acoustimass module. All necessary cables and a remote are included in the package.

Via Bose

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December 31, 2009

Teclast C430T Video Player


Teclast's C430T can support video codecs H.264, DivX, XviD, MKV, VOB, MP4, WMV, AVI and FLV. It displays 720p video on its 4.3" touchscreen with an 800x480 resolution. The portable media player has 8GB internal storage, a USB OTG port and a TV-out port to show your fave movie on a larger screen.

Via Ubergizmo

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