Netgear Wireless HD

January 18, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment
Filed Under Announcements, Hardware, HDTV, Home Entertainment, Wireless

I mentioned this morning in our feature how many cables I have lying around and my distaste of this fact. I remember trying to setup a Linux media center PC a few years back to centrally archive my music, films and other media in one central place. I did not actually get round to getting it work, but imagine how much cabling it would have taken to wire the house to be able to actually receive the media from anywhere.

netgear.jpgNetgear have announced a new product to stream your audio and video throughout your house: the Netgear Digital Entertainer HD. Tech Digest report that the number of supported formats is “pretty exhaustive” and that the menu design is nice and easy to use. Best of all: it’s wireless and HD. If it will support full 1080p or stop short at 1080i. Especially nice is the YouTube streaming support and Tech Digest is quite impressed by the WMV 9 HD support, but personally I do not like the WMV format.
The Netgear Digital Entertainer HD is to be released in the US in a couple of months.




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