VidaBox has announced the launch of their newly designed vPlayer & vStreamer Media Extenders, which are now also equipped with “premium features”, says VidaBox.
There are two new media extenders in the range called the vPlayer and vStreamer, with the vPlayer being equipped with an optical drive, whilst the vStreamer doesn’t and can only stream stored media.
VidaBox has designed their vStreamer Media Extenders, to be able to access not only locally stored files and media, but also access streaming online content from the likes of Netflix, Cinemanow.
Together with access from hundreds of thousands of internet radio stations, with the use of additional plug-ins and on-screen applications. Steven Cheung, President of VidaBox, LLC explained in the companies press release today:
“Our new, fourth-generation Media Extenders provide the richest and most robust feature set to date,”-“Combining our time-tested, custom software platform with ‘best-of-breed’ hardware, we’ve engineered these new extenders to perform reliably, while providing the highest AV playback quality possible. With life-like 1080p HD video, crisp 7.1 surround sound, and upgradability for 3D in the future, vPlayer and vStreamer are the most versatile choice for Media Extenders today.”
No information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but for more information jump over to the VidaBox website.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News