Netgear has today unveiled a trio of new streaming media player in the form of the NeoTV, NeoTV PRO and NeoTV MAX, which have been designed to compete with Roku’s Streaming Stick and set-top boxes.
The three set-top boxes created by Netgear provide access to channels from Netflix, Vudu, Hulu Plus, YouTube, Best Buy CinemaNow, together with Pandora and Rhapsody to name just a few.
Together with support for HTML 5 with Roku currently doesn’t support, and 3D content support for Vudu. Damir Skripic, product line manager for connected entertainment at Netgear explained in an interview:
“We keep adding content, and bringing HTML5 to this box allows us to provide a couple more content providers that we didn’t have before,”-”A lot of content providers are moving to HTML5. We’re talking to TuneIn radio, we’re talking to Sling Media for their Sling player, we’re talking to all HTML5 guys that will allow us to differentiate ourselves and continue to enhance the value of the product.”
The new Netgear NeoTV, NeoTV PRO and NeoTV MAX are available to purchase from today for $49.99, $59.99 and $69.99 respectively.
Source: Tech CrunchFiled Under: Gadgets News