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Buffalo Media Player Streams HD Videos

By Mendelson Tiu | Thursday | 12/08/2010

Buffalo has unveiled a new digital media player that can stream movies, music and photos over home networks and multimedia storage devices to HD TVs.

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Called LinkTheatre, this new device comes with an Ethernet port, digital audio output, two USB ports, HDMI and composite video outputs, and supports the latest audio/video formats.

Files supported by the media player includes MPEG-1/2/4, Xvid, WMV9, RealVideo and FLV videos, as well as audio and image files like JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF, TIFF, WMA, MP3, WAV, and FLAC.

In addition the LinkTheatre is also compatible with cameras, video cameras, iPod devices, desktop computers, laptops, USB flash drives, Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices, DLNA-certified media servers and other multimedia storage devices.

Uniden's Senior National Marketing Executive, Brad Hales said, "From cameras to laptops, iPods to USB flash drives, consumers store a huge variety of rich multimedia content across a wide range of digital devices.  File formats are even more varied and not all are suitable for immediate high definition viewing."

"As one of the most flexible media players on the market, Buffalo's new LinkTheater is sure to impress multimedia enthusiasts. By bringing all this content together in the one place and optimising it for HD televisions and integrated hi-fi equipment, the LinkTheater is the missing piece in the home entertainment system," he said.

The Buffalo LinkTheater LT-V100 Full HD Media Player is now available for $149.95.

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