Category: Media Players

Jolla Tablet with Unique Sailfish OS Passes $1.5 Million in Crowdsourced Funding

With an original funding goal of $380,000 the Jolla has absolutely smashed it, Hailing from Finland, the tablet is currently sitting at $1,539,000 on the popular crowdfunding site Indiegogo.

This sleek new iPad killer features some pretty punchy specs and an entirely new open source operating system known as Sailfish 2.0. Some highlights of this new backend include a robust level of privacy, stopping any nosey third parties from monitoring your activity. Multitasking has been made ..

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Jolla Tablet with Unique Sailfish OS Passes $1.5 Million in Crowdsourced Funding

| December 7, 2014 |

D-Link DSM-310 MovieNite, Streaming HD Media Player

D-Link has launched its DSM 310 MovieNite streaming media player. Priced at $60, this is currently carried exclusively by Walmart.

What the MovieNite offers is instant access to entertainment content from a wide range of sources; all you need to do is to connect the device to a TV and a power outlet. Once you switch on the MovieNite player, it accesses content via built-in wireless or Ethernet connectivity and streams it to your computer or ..

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D-Link DSM-310 MovieNite, Streaming HD Media Player

| April 19, 2012 |

Personal 80-inch Screen with the Epson Moverio Glasses

A few days ago, Epson America announced the launch of the Epson Moverio BT-100, probably the world’s newest and most advanced wearable visual display glasses.

Using micro-projection technology and a trackpad controller, this uber-cool gadget allows the wearer to experience streaming video, 3D movies and so on a “perceived screen” that is equivalent to viewing an 80” widescreen from a 5 metre distance. This perceived screen is projected on the user’s real physical environment.

Users will be ..

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Personal 80-inch Screen with the Epson Moverio Glasses

| April 10, 2012 |

Ematic eSport Clip Portable Media Player

The history of business is replete with examples of companies extending the lives of their products by repositioning them so that another benefit becomes attractive, possibly to a new target segment.

That’s exactly what Ematic seems to be doing with its eSport portable media player. Although there is a school of thought that believes that smartphones have sounded the death-knell for conventional portable media players (MP3 or MP4 players), Ematic thinks differently.

The eSport Clip portable media ..

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Ematic eSport Clip Portable Media Player

| March 28, 2012 |

Mondo Wi-Fi Media Player, from Grace Digital

More than one year after it was first unveiled at CES 2011, Grace Digital, the San Diego-based company has announced the release of its flagship product, the Mondo Wi-Fi Music Player and Internet Radio.

The Mondo can access thousands of online radio stations over an 802.11n Wi-Fi connection. It can also stream music stored on a computer or storage device connected to the network.

In addition to online radio stations, the Mondo can also stream music from Sirius ..

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Mondo Wi-Fi Media Player, from Grace Digital

| February 22, 2012 |

Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD & MG-50 Projectors

The process of how companies build ecosystems of products and accessories is fascinating. As the iPhone and iPad continue their dominance in the smartphone and tablet markets, other companies are coming up with devices and accessories that can make the iPad and iPhone even more useful.

Epson’s MegaPlex MG-850HD & MG-50 projectors are amongst the latest examples of this process. These low-end home theatre projectors can help project images or text from your iPad or iPhone. ..

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Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD & MG-50 Projectors

| September 22, 2011 | Comments

HiMedia Android Media Player

Remember the days when all you’d ever have to connect to the box were the clumsy TV game consoles of the time offering a single tennis game?

Well, 1985 it isn’t anymore that you can be sure of and in today’s modern technological-filled world, the demands of the humble, but powerful computer are more and more.

Being able to use these on a massive screen that the goggle-box offers is more than desirable it seems.

Hastily hitting the ..

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HiMedia Android Media Player

| September 19, 2011 | Comments