Jan 8 2007, 12:40pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Slingmedia announces today at the CES a new device called SlingCatcher.
The SlingCatcher brings Slingbox TV programing onto the TV - YES, I want that!
The SlingCatcher also has the ability to download or stream content directly from the Internet and display it on a TV without the need for a PC to serve that content. The SlingCatcher includes both standard definition and high definition AV outputs to connect to a TV including HDMI, Component, S-Video and Composite video, as well as analog and digital audio. In regards to network connectivity, the SlingCatcher features both integrated wireless and a standard Ethernet jack to connect to the home. SlingCatcher will be available for purchase by the middle of this year and the company is targeting a price point under $200.
See also the Slingmedia site. Find Slingbox deals.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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