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VuNow brings viral videos to your TV

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Dec 2008 15:59 User comments (1)

VuNow brings viral videos to your TV Verismo Networks announced this week that their new VN100SD media hub device will allow users to "watch YouTube videos and other online video content directly on their TVs without having to connect to a computer first."
The device will connect to the TV through an HDMI and will require a wired Internet connection.

Electronista explains that "users will be able to sign into their YouTube accounts and search for videos using the interface and a soft keypad. The Verismo VuNow PoD is available for purchase online now, priced at $99. It can be upgraded to support Bit Torrents and live global Internet TV channels for a $29 fee, and Verismo promises CinemaNow support is coming soon. A high-definition capable version (up to 720p) of the product, the VN1000HD retails for $149 and swaps the standard definition version's S-video output for an HDMI output."

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126.12.2008 17:13

Or i could do the same thing on my computer for free.

Whats with the boom of iTV Hubs lately, you would think that there where going to be no standerd tv in the next few months.

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