Diamond Multimedia is now following up its first edition best-seller of Wireless Range Extender line, WR300N, with the new WR300NSI. The WR300NSI is a 3- in-1 device acts as a Wireless Repeater and Range Extender, Standalone Wireless Access Point, and Wireless Bridge Device. The WR300NSI can take an existing 802.11n wireless signal, repeat it and send it to a longer more »
Verizon Wireless Galaxy Nexus drops to $9.99 with Wirefly and even ships with a free Samsung Multimedia Dock
The folks over at Wirefly have recently discounted the Verizon Galaxy Nexus. This offer is only available for new users (or new lines), but does have the handset priced at $9.99. And nicely done, that is a $9.99 that comes along with a free Samsung Multimedia Dock and free FedEx shipping. Otherwise, current customers that more »
The Netflix instant streaming experience received a major boost through the just announced deal reached between Netflix and EPIX. The “multi-year deal” will enable Netflix customers to instantly stream titles in the EPIX library, granting subscribers access to movies from Lionsgate, MGM, and Paramount. EPIX will permit Netflix to stream movies 90 days after they more »
Monsoon Multimedia has just given iPhone and iPod touch users a new way to watch live television while on the go. The recently released app is simply called the HAVA Player and will work in conjunction with your existing HAVA setup. In terms of iPhone and iPod touch compatibility, you will need OS 2.2.1 or later.
Assuming you already have a HAVA set-top box in your home, the iPhone app will run you an additional $9.99 and in turn allow you to watch and control your television from anywhere. The app will give you full control over your home set-top box which includes the ability to watch live television as well as schedule or watch previously recorded DVR content.
Additionally, the app also features a “Favs” section which will allow you to set your favorite channels to make navigation easier on the smaller screen.
For those interested in watching television from your iPhone that do not have a HAVA set-top box at home, currently there are four units to choose from ranging in price from $149.99 up to $249.99.
There are some companies in the world that aim purely at the upper end of the pay scale. Denon has just released their new DVD-A1UD which costs a staggering $5,879, a price that us debt ridden unemployed mortals can only gape at.
So what does it actually do? Well, it can play Blu-ray discs, SACDs, CDs, DVD-Audio, and DVD-Video. This is Denon’s first Profile 2.0 Ready (BD Live) Blu-ray DVD player and it supports the HDMI 1.3 spec. It can also upscale non-HD sources and can convert signals so that they properly fit 16:9 screens without black bars or distortion. And lets face it, if you can spend this much you definitely have a widescreen TV.
Better start writing to Santa folks because this one doesn’t come cheap. Introduced on Tuesday, Motorola’s new AURA might even make Hugh proud.
It sports the “world’s first circular display” and certainly doesn’t lack colors, it has 16 million of them with a 300 dpi resolution. That cyclops display is covered with Grade 1, 62-carat sapphire crystal lens. What does that mean to you? The lens is made of one of the most scratch resistant materials on the earth.
Find out more details about this phone including the unbelievable price after the break.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council is hosting their 28th Autumn Edition Hong Kong Electronics Fair this week, Sunday through Thursday. With over 2,600 exhibitors, there is guaranteed to be some of the best new electronics and ideas on the planet at the event. How can it not draw the best products? It is the second largest electronics show in the world.
Keep reading for more on what the week has in store!
With the number of home-based entertainment and productivity applications that are running over home networks growing by leaps and bounds, some Wireless-G routers just can’t handle users’ demands.
Netgear saw this problem, and as a result, developed a new Wireless-N technology, which they feel is leaps and bounds above anything out there now. The “Green” crowd will also appreciate Netgear’s new products since they are eco-friendly.
Epson is adding two new multimedia photo viewers to its product line with the release of the P-6000 and P-7000. Featuring 4-inch 640×480 VGA resolution LCD screens that can display up to 16.7 million colors both, photo viewers offer a high-speed USB 2.0 connection and a built-in CF that supports UDMA and SD card slot. more »
Iomega has announced the new ScreenPlay HD Multimedia Drive, a portable external data storage device touting a 500GB storage capacity provided by a 3.5 inch 7200rpm NTSF formated hard drive. The ScreenPlay HD Multimedia Drive comes with a remote control to help you navigate through your collection of digital content and has support for various more »
A while back, we showed you the Asus M70, a laptop with the ability to store up to 1 terabyte of data. Well, Asus has finally launched the M70 multimedia notebook. The notebook features a 17-inch LCD display, which supports up to 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA) resolution. Compounding this a ATI HD video card, which more »
Asus has launched its newest 24-inch LCD monitor. The Asus MK241H boasts native HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) support for full HD 1080p video playback. It is equipped with a 1920×1200 16:10 high resolution panel that delivers multi-channel audio and uncompressed digital video. Translating these into layman’s terms, the Asus MK241H would give gamers and multimedia users the ultimate gaming and multimedia experience.
Asus has even upped the ante of the MK241H by integrating a plug-and-play built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam for high-resolution video and array microphones for the much needed push towards optimum video and audio pleasure. The webcam, microphone array, stereo speakers and earphone jack makes the MK241H useful for video conferencing as well.