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At its NAB press conference in Las Vegas, Sony has announced the U.S. pricing and availability details of its 55 and 65-inch 4K UHDTVs that we first saw at CES earlier this year. The company is also showing off two 4K OLED monitor prototypes at the industry event.
Running on the Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform, the PlayXtreme 2 is capable of converting an LED or HD TV to an Internet-enabled one, providing integrated capabilities of the Internet, computer, TV, and media player.
Enabling living room TV viewing to a completely digital HD and live experience, the O!Play TV Pro features playback and recording of digital programs, as well as multimedia files available with over 50 formats supported, including 3D.
At CES this week, Dune HD demonstrated the new TV-301 media player, an upgrade to the TV-101. With the upcoming TV-301, Dune HD aims to have a firmer foothold in the media player market by appealing to mainstream users.
Toshiba unveils the Regza Blu-ray DBR-M190 home media server with a massive 5TB hard drive in Japan.
The Flash Media Server 4.5 is able to stream video content to Apple IOS devices while Flash Access 3.0 allows paid content to be delivered securely to Android devices.
The ASUS O!Play Gallery takes all-around high definition enjoyment to the TV with the ASUS exclusive O!Direct streaming function and extensive internet-based services and content management.
ASUS will be using CeBIT 2011 to showcase the O!Play BDS-700 3D Blu-ray player, the BW-12D1S-U external USB 3.0-based Blu-ray writer and NC1 headphones.
This SoundFreaq SFQ-01A allows simple wireless Bluetooth pairing with all types of Apple devices, making SoundFreaq the leader in the next generation of Apple compatible home audio systems.
AC Ryan unveils the Playon!HD Essential, an entry-level media player without networking features for those who prefer minimal fuss. The Playon!HD Essential supports a wide range of video formats including Blu-ray and DVD ISO.