Do you want to watch movie downloads wirelessly on your TV in HD?
- 19 June, 2006 14:38
<p>19th June 2006 - By now many Australian and NZ consumers are very familiar with the Mediagate digital media player devices; the MG-35 and the MG-25. From the makers of these revolutionary home entertainment products now comes the long-awaited, much anticipated Mediagate MG-350HD – the wireless version which has the ability to stream media from a PC, wirelessly.</p>
<p>So, do you download movies and music? Do you want to watch downloads on your TV in high definition instead of your PC? Are you tired of messy cables and want to experience the freedom of wireless? Would you like to backup your PC files wirelessly? If you answered “yes” to these questions then the solution is the Mediagate MG-350HD.</p>
<p>The MG-350HD is so simple to use! Simply download movies, music or photos from the internet or through a P2P program; save the contents into a 3.5” HDD (to be purchased separately); stream the contents from a PC through a wireless LAN connection and then connect the unit to your TV to watch movies, listen to music or look at photos.</p>
<p>Further features of the MG-350HD include:
• Supports HD MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 files
• Supports JPEG, BMP, GIF and PNG still picture.
• Supports DVI, composite, s-video and component video outputs.
• 11g wireless connection and 10/100 ethernet port.
• USB 2.0 host port; USB storage devices can be attached and the stored content can be played directly.
• USB 2.0 slave port; provides an alternative way to download digital content from your PC directly.
• Ability to wirelessly stream media without a HDD.
• Enables file surfing from multiple sources on a TV using the remote control i.e. PCs on the network, HDD inside and USB devices attached.</p>
<p>This is the future of home entertainment. Witness it for yourself now.</p>
<p>The MG-350HD is available for purchase in July 2006. It will retail for $399 AUD and $449 NZD.</p>
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