HP Integrates HDTVs and Media Center Extender

February 8, in News

HP, world’s leading manufacturer of digital products, has recently announced that it is the first company to release Microsoft’s Media Center Extender capability to an Internet-connected TV. In other words, HP has now upgraded the digital entertainment experience with Industry’s first integration of HDTVs and Media Center Extender.

Enjoy listening music or watching video on demand with the new HP MediaSmart TV that offers 1080p clarity and advanced wireless technology. Use the TV remote control to playback music on the MediaSmart TV interface. Using HP MediaSmart TVs you get access to rich content from the Internet.

“Consumers everywhere want new ways to discover, enjoy and share digital entertainment and HP is making this opportunity real,” said Carlos Montalvo, vice president of marketing and services, Connected Entertainment Business, HP. “With the ability to use a premium HDTV to easily access on-demand web and personal media from any PC in the home, there’s never been a more fun time to hang out in the living room with friends and family.”

HP MediaSmart TVs incorporates innovative features like Windows Media Center that in turn offers you various advanced functions like Internet TV Beta that brings more than 100 hours of video from MSN. With HP MediaSmart TVs you can choose three HDMI ports, wired, wireless and dual-band draft network connectivity.

The latest upgrade from HP is available directly on Internet-connected HP MediaSmart TV model numbers SL4278N and SL4778N.

Via: HP

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