Media

Lenkeng LHD50 HDD media player

Lenkeng has recently presented a new HDD palm media player that goes by the name of LHD50 and is very cheap at $15.

Taking in consideration the price it is obvious that the features and quality isn’t top notch, but still, it offers composite video and component video output, and supports the high-resolutions of 720p. read more…

Hulu coming to Xbox 360 soon?

With movie rental services like Netflix making its way onto platforms from the iPad to the Wii and Xbox 360, the only logical step for a company like Hulu would be to do the same. We already know that a Hulu iPad application is in the works with a possible subscription based model behind it but rumors have just surfaced that say the website will be coming to the Xbox 360 in the near future. read more…

Kylo, a Web browser for your TV

Clearly, there is a huge push to get the Internet on TVs, but Hillcrest labs and its Kylo browser has been doing this for quite a while.

Hillcrest has just released a new version of their Kylo, which has, as my source says: “a handful of new goodies like user agent spoofing and integration with Windows Media Center”. read more…

AT&T offers new U-verse packages

I don’t know about you guys but I know that an AT&T salesperson has come to my house more than once trying to sway me away from my beloved Optimum Triple Play package and onto one of their U-verse packages. read more…

Imogen Studio Cinema Stick HD

This is the Imogen Studio Cinema Stick HD miniature media player.

It is the size of a USB Flash Drive, and it has about 4GB of internal memory storage. There is also a microSDHC to jack it up to 36GB total. read more…

Best Buy Internet movie store to be launched this month

Best Buy recently purchased the CinemaNow brand, which will allow them to sell movies online to web-connected players.

They intend to have “first run” movies for sale when they arrive on DVD, available for purchase at $9. read more…

UFC is coming to the Roku

For those who like the Roku, you will have another bonus: pay-per-view UFC.

It is coming to the Roku, and it is starting May 29th with Rampage vs. Evans. I don’t have a price for this, but you’ll have access to the pre-fight events and post-flight press conferences. read more…

Will ShowTime go online?

There has been some interesting rumors going around that Showtime is going to go the way of EPIX HD and ESPN 3 as it may bring its services online.

In all honesty, I had no idea anyone still watched HBO and Showtime anymore. read more…

Brite-View BV-6000P for sale now on Amazon

Those of you who are looking for a good deal might want to click over to the Amazon site and order the Brite-View BV-6000P HD multimedia player.

For those who don’t know, the BV-6000P can play media files that are stored on any USB storage device. read more…

AT&T launches U-verse Online

Are you a subscriber of AT&T’s U-verse? Well then you’re in luck at AT&T has just announced that they they have relaunched their U-verse Online service. This service will essentially mimic Hulu in the sense that it has a large library of shows to watch online right in your browser. read more…

Denons new A/V receiver, the AVR-391

Denon has unveiled a series of nine audio and video receivers, and they are quite low-priced.

One of them is the AVR-391, it is a five-channel model that I don’t have a lot of information on except that it includes multi-zone networking and iPod connectivity. read more…

Ainol V8000HDW PMP

Portable Media Players may not necessarily have HDMI ports for some spunky media enjoyment but one little-known manufacturer named Ainol will make sure their product line has one. The Ainol V8000HDW PMP is something you may want to consider especially if you want to watch some cool HD movies stored in a small device. read more…

AVerLife Cinema Media Playing Set Top Boxes Released

Avermedia has just released a new media player capable of playing STB with the AVerLife Cinema. This new set top box can play various multimedia files and can play back content from USB 2.0 drives or memory cards up to 720p over HDMI. read more…

Avatar first Vudu HDX film to offer special features

Vudu HDX’s version of Avatar has something that you usually don’t see on a digital download: special features.

Granted, I can’t remember the last time I looked at Special Features on any of my new DVDs, but I suppose if there is any film that I would want to watch “the making of” it would be Avatar. read more…

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